A Full-Service Air Conditioning Installation Company

Alberta Mountain Air has been a trusted residential air conditioning installation company for over 15 years offering homeowners a full range of HVAC products and services.  We have a team of qualified and trained air conditioning technicians who can help you choose the air conditioning system that is best for your home or apartment.

We are proud to be a Premier Lennox Dealer offering a variety of Lennox products to meet every size of home and budget.  We choose Lennox due to its superior quality, performance, and 125 years of customer loyalty.  From cooling one room to a full house, we offer a variety of environmentally friendly and affordable air conditioners that will provide climate-controlled comfort for years to come.

Alberta Mountain Air can visit your home and propose the air conditioning unit options that will meet your needs.  Once your new system has been installed, our technicians will take the time to walk you through the new system to provide detailed operating and maintenance instructions.

All Lennox products are ENERGY STAR qualified heating and cooling products.  When you buy ENERGYSTAR you are saving energy while helping the environment.

Alberta Mountain Air together with Lennox provide a 10-year warranty on parts and labour.  Register your AC installation within 60 days of installation for an upgraded parts warranty.

When it comes to maintaining and repairing your air conditioning system, Alberta Mountain Air technicians can keep it operating at maximum efficiency.


How to Choose the Right AC Unit for Your Home

When you are considering an air conditioning system, there are 4 key factors that will determine performance, efficiency and price.  During an in-home visit, our technicians will review these factors with you and recommend the system that will best meet your needs.

  1. NOISE – Does a lot of noise bother you? If so, this can really narrow your search for an AC unit. The decibel scale varies widely in air conditioners. Central air conditioners are the quietest (10dB) and ductless mini split systems follow (20dB). Window air conditioners and through the wall AC units are quite tolerable (50dB) since the noisiest part of the systems are located outdoors or in another room.  Portable air conditioners are the loudest (70dB) and can be as loud as a vacuum cleaner.
  2. EFFICIENCY – When making the decision to purchase an air conditioning product you will need to choose the proper efficiency to match your needs and budget. We offer a full range of efficient product for all needs. From 13 SEER (seasonal energy efficiency rating) to 25 SEER. We will provide our customers with the products that best unit to meet their needs. 
  3. PHYSICAL AND STRUCTURAL RESTRICTIONS – When picking the right air conditioning unit, it is important to remember both the physical space afforded to you and the city bylaws concerning the location of the outdoor unit. We have a full line of products to meet every distance bylaw. It is especially important to ensure that any installation must be inspected and meets all local by laws for distance. If you have and air conditioning unit installed in the wrong outside location, you maybe be responsible to move it. One example would be if you are selling your home and need a new property report and the air conditioning unit is in the wrong location it will need to be relocated.
  4. COMFORT LEVEL – Thinking about the comfort of a new air conditioning unit. It is both your comfort and your neighbors’ comfort that we need to be concerned with. We want to ensure that your living space will be cooled properly and efficiently. It is important to size an air conditioning unit to the specific home. Square footage, the number of windows, the direction your home faces, are all important factors that need to be considered when calculating the proper sized unit. Also, to be considered is the location of the outside unit, we must think of the neighbors. Will the unit make to much noise? Is the unit close to the neighbor’s bedroom window? It would be best to consider the neighbor’s concerns before the installation, rather than after.

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