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We Have a Wide Range of Residential and Commercial HVAC Products To Meet Your Needs and Your Budget

Whether you need to replace existing commercial or residential HVAC equipment or add air conditioning to a home that has never had it before, we have a wide range of HVAC products to meet your needs and your budget.

From air conditioners, furnaces and heat pumps to indoor air quality solutions including state the art communicating thermostats, we can provide a range of solutions that are both affordable and will provide lasting indoor comfort to your family. As part of the Trane Family, we have access to local inventory supplies and can receive it in-house in as little as 24 hours on the rare occasion we do not have in-house ourselves.

By replacing an older inefficient model, you can expect to increase your HVAC equipment efficiency up to 25%, reduce your energy consumption by 25-40%, and create significant savings on your monthly utility bill. For many of our customers, the reduced monthly utility cost will cover the cost of a new installation.

Let CCE evaluate your current system and provide you with the most economical way to keep your home comfortable for your family!

We Install Residential and Commercial HVAC Systems - Here's What You Get With Every Installation:

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  • EPA Certified technicians – we’ll only put properly trained technicians to work on your air conditioning system
  • Flat-rate pricing – you’ll know how much it will cost before proceeding with service
  • Flexible Low Interest Financing – take advantage of our favorable financing to ensure you never have to sacrifice your comfort due to budget
  • Accurate diagnosis – we’ll diagnose your A/C issue up front and recommend exactly what you should do next
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed on every job – you’ll get a warranty and insurance on all the A/C services we provide to you

Coastal Climate Experts installed a new air conditioning systems for us and did a great job. They went above and beyond what we expected and did a quality job for a reasonable price. We have referred them to many friends and family and we’ll definitely use them again if we ever need A/C service in the future.

Getting A New Residential or Commercial HVAC System Installed Is More Affordable Than You Ever Thought Possible

Brand New A/C Starting as low as $3995

Brand New 3 Ton 16 SEER Trane System

Now you can get a brand new Trane 3 ton 16 SEER HVAC system starting as low as $3995. Ask about our flexible low interest financing. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Systems Starting as low as $58/mo

Brand New 3 Ton 14 Seer Ameristar Units

*Payments as low as $58 per month paid over 60 months, with approved credit. Fully installed. System quoted in 3 ton Ameristar with 14 Seer rating.

WE ARE FULLY LICENSED AND BONDED AND PROVIDE WARRANTY AND INSURANCE ON ALL A/C SERVICES - YOUR SATISFACTION IS 100% GUARANTEED

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions

What size air conditioner will I need?

The size of an air conditioner is measured in tonnage, and every ton provides approximately 12,000 BTUs of cooling capacity. Equipment manufacturers produce units in half-ton increments up to five tons for residential applications.

At one time, equipment sizing was more of an art than a science. In fact, there are still many HVAC contractors that use antiquated square-feet-per-ton sizing formulas to establish AC unit capacity. Unfortunately, these methods do not account for the relative quality and efficiency of the materials used in the building’s construction.

In order to provide contractors with a more accurate method of sizing air conditioners, the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) developed a protocol designed to determine the precise load requirements for a building and each individual zone. ACCA Manual J is a comprehensive set of formulas that account for critical design criteria such as perimeter tightness, building orientation, windows, local weather conditions, duct leakage and insulation R-values.

Establishing a home’s total load is essential in determining the appropriate capacity for the air conditioning unit. Load calculations have a direct impact on installation costs, performance, efficiency, indoor air quality and total comfort. In new construction and retrofit applications, contractors who do not run a complete set of Manual J load calculations before selecting equipment should be avoided. It is also important to verify that the contractor uses the manufacturer’s extended capacity ratings in areas where the outdoor temperature regularly exceeds baseline design conditions.

Without the benefit of Manual J, most systems will be purposely oversized to avoid complaints of inadequate cooling during extreme summer heat. However, oversized equipment will often short cycle, which results in poor humidity control, uncomfortable temperature fluctuations, and substandard air movement. Higher tonnage units are also more expensive to purchase and install. In essence, the customer pays for capacity they will never use.

Many consumers believe they should replace an aging or failed air conditioner with a new unit of identical capacity. To achieve the highest level of performance at the lowest possible cost, homeowners should always have a qualified air conditioning professional run a complete set of Manual J load calculations before making an equipment purchase.

What kind of system is better: ductless heat pump of a central HVAC system?

HVAC equipment is available in a variety of configurations tailored for many different applications. The appeal of a central HVAC system compared to a ductless heat pump is dependent on the application, efficiency expectation, architecture and personal preference.

Conventional heating and air conditioning systems are based around a single unit designed to service an entire house or a specific, large zone. Regardless of whether the equipment is installed as a split system, package unit or heat pump, an intricate air distribution network is required to deliver conditioned air into the various rooms of the home.

Central HVAC systems are cost effective, relatively quiet, visually unobtrusive and reliable, but the duct system can degrade efficiency and may accumulate dust, dirt and debris over time. In many instances, the building architecture is compromised because of the ducting requirement. Perhaps most importantly, proper system design is critical to address the different load requirements in the various zones.

Ductless split systems eliminate the need for ductwork since every indoor unit contains a separate fan coil. The indoor enclosure can be hung from a wall or installed in a ceiling. Some homeowners find the wall units are too large and obtrusive, especially when they placed in smaller rooms.
Since there is no associated air distribution system, ductless heat pumps provide point-of use heating and cooling. Users enjoy the benefit of complete zoned temperature control as each indoor unit operates independently. Ductless systems use proprietary inverter technology, which regulates compressor operation to provide the highest equipment SEER ratings in the industry.

Available in mini split or multi split configurations, ductless heat pumps are especially effective for room additions, attic build-outs, garage conversions, media rooms and any area requiring supplemental heating and cooling.

Who makes the most reliable air conditioners?

For reliability, exceptional service, and product innovation, Trane has been an industry leader since 1913. The company manufactures a complete line of residential and commercial air conditioning equipment.

Designed for residential applications, Trane produces different models based on size and level of efficiency:

  • Ultra Efficiency Units: The ultra efficient units are top of the line in terms of performance and energy — the best of the best.
  • Super Efficiency Units: The super efficiency units are packed with features and are the quietest AC unit available.
  • High Efficiency Units: Durable in quality, these units are a perfect compromise between efficiency and cost 
  • Standard Efficiency Units: These units offer efficient, reliable comfort at an affordable cost.

Stop Suffering Without Cool Air... Get Cool and Comfortable A/C Today!

Put us to work for you today and get:

  • EPA Certified technicians – we’ll only put properly trained technicians to work on your air conditioning system
  • Flat-rate pricing – you’ll know how much it will cost before proceeding with service
  • Accurate diagnosis – we’ll diagnose your A/C issue up front and recommend exactly what you should do next
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed on every job – you’ll get a warranty and insurance on all the A/C services we provide to you

Call Now And You Can Get a $1000 Rebate on New & Installed Trane 2 Stage Systems (16 seer and above)