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We are readily able to give you all the information you may require to make well informed decisions regarding your furnace and/or air conditioner. Once we’ve reached an agreement on the equipment, repair or maintenance best suited for your home, we’ll do an estimate which is detailed and effectively broken down for ease of understanding.

Affordable Pricing

Our prices are affordable and you can be sure that the service and equipment you receive will be more than worth what you pay. The installation, repair or maintenance process is streamlined, with each staff member knowing exactly what their job is. We work quickly, neatly, and with quility being our #1 priority. On completion, we’ll test your unit, and make sure you fully understand how it operates.

Rit Fonda heating and Cooling LogoOur Experience

Rit Fonda Heating & Cooling has been serving our communities needs for HVAC repair, installation and maintenace for over 40 years.

Our highly trained teachnicians will not only be professional but also get the job done quickly and correctly. Our residential customers have always put their faith in us to get their heating and cooling needs met. We always do our best to go above and beyond your expectations.

If you have not tried us before we welcome you to give us a call or contact us here on the website. Allow us the opprotunity to show you how a family owned busienss gets the job done, with a smile and done right!

We also provide installation, repairs and maintenace on any commercial HVAC systems and have been doing so for decades with great success and a very happy customer base.

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Handling the Capital Districts Heating & Cooling Needs

With over 40 years experiance you can be assured your putting your heating & cooling needs in the hands of professionals.

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What Factors Affect HVAC Replacement Cost?

HVAC installation costs will change depending on a few factors that are specific to your home and location. Here are the main things that your air conditioning contractor will assess in order to give you a total price quote for your replacement HVAC system:

  • Local climate conditions
  • Current ductwork conditions
  • Home age and construction
  • HVAC unit features such as size, brand, and energy efficiency (SEER)
  • Top air conditioner brands and associated installation costs

Local Climate Conditions

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Depending on where in the US your home is located, the local region’s climate can change dramatically. A home located in the South would need an AC unit with a size capable of cooling your home due to high temperature summers. A home in the Northern part of the US would need a much larger heating capacity as well which will affect costs. See the chart below for the average central air conditioner replacement costs by TONS.

Do You Need Ductwork Replacement?
If you are replacing your current air conditioning system, it’s safe to assume that you already have ductwork installed. Ductwork delivers the conditioned air from your HVAC system throughout your home through vents often found in your home’s attic. However, with time ductwork can lose its efficiency or may need to be altered to work with your new AC system. Plan to add a few days of labor to your HVAC replacement project if you do need ductwork replacement.

Home Age and Construction
The ability to cool and heat your home at maximum efficiency will depend a lot on how well insulated your home is currently and the size of your home. A 2500 square foot home will need a much larger AC unit than a smaller home, which will impact installation costs. Also a house with energy efficient windows that are well insulated and sealed well with no cracks for air flow will require far less AC capacity to keep temperatures comfortable. Other factors that can affect this could be the insulation elsewhere such as the foundation, roof, attics, basements, flooring, and more.

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