Looking for an air conditioner in Edmonton?
Reliance™ combines more than 50 years of experience with a local team of Home Comfort Advisors and expert technicians. We know what it takes to keep your home comfortable on a hot summer day, and we’ll work hard to help you choose and maintain the best air conditioning unit to meets your needs.
Should you rent or buy your air conditioner?
There’s no doubt that an air conditioning system is an investment in your comfort. And it can also be an investment in your home. When it comes to the decision to rent or buy, here are some key things to consider:
Renting your air conditioner
- If you rent, you’ll pay for your unit through affordable monthly payments which can make managing your budget a breeze.
- Your rental fee covers servicing and most repairs.
Buying your air conditioner
- Buying your AC involves an upfront cost, but it may add value to your home.
- Any repairs will be covered by your equipment warranty, until it expires.
Learn more about the choice to rent or buy.
Choosing the right air conditioner in Edmonton
When it comes to choosing a new air conditioning system, it’s important to keep in mind that not all air conditioning units are the same. Your Home Comfort Advisor is here to help you find the make and model that is the best fit for your home.
Selecting an air conditioner that is the right size for your space will help it run at peak efficiency, keep your home cool day and night, and help ensure that your unit runs smoothly for years to come.
When looking at different AC systems, here’s what you’ll want to keep in mind:
Size of your home
Your home’s size will play a big role in determining the ideal air conditioning unit to cool your home.
When you choose Reliance, we will conduct a complete, detailed analysis of your home’s cooling requirements, ensuring that you have the optimal system.
The type of insulation in your home’s walls and ceilings, and even the windows, should be considered when choosing the size and power of your air conditioning unit.
No one wants to throw money out the window keeping their home cool. That’s why it’s important to consider the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating of your air conditioning unit. A higher rating means a more energy-efficient unit, and that could lower your operating costs.
Your Reliance Home Comfort Advisor can help you choose the best cooling solution for your home and your budget.
Brands We Carry
Whether you choose to rent or buy an air conditioning unit or a complete HVAC system, Reliance carries top-name brands including:
3 reasons homeowners in Edmonton choose Reliance™
- We combine 50 years of home comfort experience with a commitment to local service.
- We offer live customer support 247/365.
- Our technicians are trained experts to service our AC makes and models. We can be at your door fast if you need emergency service, or just a tune-up.
We do more than just air conditioning
Reliance Home Comfort is the name Canadians trust for all their home comfort needs. We’re committed to top-notch customer service and quality products you can count on.
Call on us for your complete home services, including:
Why Choose Reliance?
Many of our locations have been awarded Best of HomeStars 2021
Frequently Asked Questions
We’re here to answer all your air conditioning questions. Here are three of the most common:
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This rating measures the energy efficiency of your air conditioning unit. Most air conditioners have SEER ratings ranging between 13 – 21. A higher rating means more energy efficiency, which is good to know if conserving energy (and reducing operating costs) is important to you.
Both options offer long-term benefits. It really depends on what you are looking for and how you prefer to manage your household budget. Read more about the decision to rent or buy here.
With regular maintenance, your AC should keep your home cool for years to come. An annual check-up can help identify small issues before they become costly problems and will keep your air conditioning unit running smoothly and at peak efficiency. Our local technicians have every neighbourhood in Edmonton covered. Call us or book your AC inspection today.