Mobile Home HVAC Services In Dayton

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Heather Cudd
Heather Cudd
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This unit is top notch! It efficient in every sense of the word. Our house is cool, the temperature is evenly distributed throughout, and the unit is impeccably quiet. Our installation process was easy and they did a great job installing our new unit.
Larry Day
Larry Day
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I had a new aciq 80 percent, Air-Furnace system Installed by HVAC Direct, I am very happy with the work that was done and would buy from them again and highly recommend them. George, Tom, and Andy, were involved in the sales and installation. My son also had a new heat pump installed at his home and he is very pleased
Brian Lanich
Brian Lanich
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What a great choice to purchase an ACIQ. Additionally, I would highly recommend purchasing from HVACDirect.com. Great people to work with offering great products and outstanding prices.
Jack Elliott
Jack Elliott
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The entire process of getting my HVAC system was handled amazingly, from someone sizing the correct system to purchasing and installation. But what got me excited was the incredible savings. Going with HVACDirect.com of Dayton cut my costs in half compared to another local company's quote. I Now, I'm looking forward to the long-term benefits too. Thanks to the ACIQ heat pump system they set me up with, I expect some nice savings to come on my future electric bills.
Spencer Griswold
Spencer Griswold
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Showed up on time and everything went as expected. Would definitely recommend and use again. Saved a ton of money.
Chris Austen
Chris Austen
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Did a great job with my install. Even came all the way to Versailles to install!
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Mobile Home HVAC

How To Know What To Buy

The size and layout of each mobile home play a crucial role in the type of HVAC system you buy.

Central AC & Furnace 

These systems provide heating and cool through the traditional combination of a furnace, coil, and condenser. This offers complete home comfort through a unified central HVAC system. Most residences employing this setup utilize a split system, meaning it delivers warm or cool air to every room with a connected duct network, ensuring a consistent temperature throughout the residence. These systems are capable of operating with gas or electricity, making it suitable for all applications.

Central Heat Pump System

A heat pump is an all-in-one unit for heating & cooling your home. It can function as both a furnace and air conditioner. These units are best suited in climates where temperatures do not fall below freezing. When it’s cold, the unit heats up outside air and, paired with an air handler, disperses it into the residence. When it’s warm, it removes the heat with coolant to bring your home to a cool, refreshing temperature.

Central Cooling 

In warm climates or times of year, mobile home air conditioning provides a state of comfort, cooling your home to a desirable temperature. Paired with either a furnace (in colder regions) or an air handler (where heating is necessary) this unit uses coolant to bring in outside air and disperses cool air throughout the residence.

Central Heating

A commonly selected option for heating mobile homes is the forced air furnace. It operates by dispersing warm air into the ductwork and throughout the residence. These furnaces are adaptable, and capable of operating on propane, natural gas, or electricity.

Ductless Mini Split Units 

Ductless mini splits are a great alternative to traditional heating and cooling methods. These units do not require any ductwork, are quiet and compact, and easier to install. Mini splits can both heat and cool a residence with one outside condenser and one, or multiple depending on the size of the residence, indoor units that, most commonly, hang from your wall.  

Packaged AC Systems 

Packaged units are another all-in-one system option similar to heat pumps. The biggest difference is packaged units have everything in single-boxed cabinet that sits on the outside of your home. It does not require an indoor air handler or furnace, creating more indoor space! Packed units come in different variations depending on your needs such as a packaged air conditioner, heat pump, furnace/ac, and dual fuel. 

How It Works: The process of getting your Mobile Home Equipment Installed

Immediate Estimate

Call today or schedule an estimate and we’ll give you a pricing on the spot based on the size of your house and a few easy questions. That way you know exactly what to expect. No surprises!

Pre-Install Equipment Measurement

After your estimate, our technician will come out to your house to measure and look at your current equipment. This allows us to know exactly what we need to ensure a smooth installation. At that appointment we’ll schedule your install.

Installation

Our technician arrives with all the equipment and supplies needed in our all-in-one package. A typical install is completed in one day.

Quality Inspection

After your installation, we’ll ensure that you’re 100% satisfied with your new system before we close out your order. We’re not done until your home is back to the comfort level you deserve!

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Buying Guide

What you need to know when buying your mobile home HVAC

  • Orientation of Your Mobile Home

    Understand the cardinal direction your mobile home faces – north, south, east, or west – as this guides the selection of the most suitable air conditioning system. Southern-facing homes may require higher capacity units, whereas northern-facing ones may not.

  • Size of Living Space

    Assess the area you need to cool within your mobile home. This evaluation helps in determining the appropriate cooling capacity necessary to maintain comfort levels effectively

  • Number of Rooms

    Consider the number of rooms requiring cooling. Single-room solutions like window units suffice for singular needs, while multiple rooms may necessitate central air conditioning systems

  • Available Power Source

    Your access to a power grid influences your air conditioning options. Homes connected to a power grid offer more flexibility in selecting the type of air conditioner best suited to your needs

  • Insulation Quality

    Evaluate the insulation quality of your mobile home. Inadequate insulation may necessitate air conditioners with higher BTU ratings to effectively cool the space

  • Budget Constraints

    Your budget determines the type of air conditioning system feasible for your mobile home. While window units and portable models are economical, central air conditioners or ductless mini-splits offer superior cooling power albeit at a higher cost.

What is Mobile Home HVAC?

Mobile Home HVAC includes products like Air Conditioners, Heat Pumps, and Furnaces. These individual units can easily be replaced when one goes bad. However, Manufactured and Mobile Homes are also provided the opportunity to replace each unit with a complete system that will allow for a better upgrade that’ll run efficiently for years to come. Additionally, packaged units are alternatives that are an all-in-one unit located on the outside of your home. When it comes to Mobile Home HVAC service, we offer plenty of options to cover anyone’s needs!

gas vs Electric?

A lot of North American homes are fueled by either gas or electric HVAC units. Many ask which is better for their living situation? Gas tends to be the cheaper option to run, depending on local prices, and in most climates runs a little more efficiently overall. In cold climates, gas units can be more effective than electric. However, electric, in some cases, can be cheaper to purchase and install. Additionally, they can possibly be more durable and require fewer repairs.

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Why Is Professional Installation so Important for Mobile Home HVAC?

Our trained staff ensure that each customer is aware of the warranty, its requirements, and the need for licensed installation. We are proud to offer the best warranties in the industry, by selecting the best brand partners, and helping our customers register their warranties online, directly with the manufacturers, after installation! 

hvac technician installing a Goodman Furnace

How much does mobile Home HVAC Equipment cost?

The purchase prices and costs of HVAC installation have continued to rise. The cost of installing Mobile Home units in Ohio has increased each year. HVAC in general have become more expensive, and installation quotes can be unnerving. Our Mobile Home selection is always priced at wholesale, and our team will arrange your installation too. We urge you to call and get started on selecting the best HVAC at wholesale prices, at HVACDIRECT.COM

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FAQ

Cheaper may not always be the right way of describing purchasing a complete system when one component is still, apparently, working well. Smartest, most cost effective or most efficient are the best terms for buying all at once. For a lifetime home, or a system that we expect to outrun the warranty, it is best to start entirely new, matched and professionally installed.  We have learned from years of experience, and hundreds of thousands of calls, that best practices pay off in many ways: convenience, confidence, time, hassle, and money all matter to us and to you! 

When purchasing an HVAC system, it is always best to think in terms of engineering compatibility, complimentary design and features intended by the manufacturer. Few, if any, warranties will apply to systems that match non-paired components by mixed manufacturers. They are referred to as “Frankensystems”. That being said, certain major manufacturers have several lines under the same umbrella, which may mean that combining them is not a big deal. Always know the maker of HVAC equipment.

A furnace is simply the heat source in a normal HVAC system, most often gas fueled, but sometimes electric, as in a heat pumps systems, or water or oil based, as we find on the East and Northeast coasts often The furnace is located inside and paired with an evaporator coil. The AC unit, or condenser, is located outside. 

Cheaper may not always be the right way of describing purchasing a complete system when one component is still, apparently, working well. Smartest, most cost effective or most efficient are the best terms for buying all at once. For a lifetime home, or a system that we expect to out run the warranty, it is best to start entirely new, matched and professionally installed. We have learned from years of experience, and hundreds of thousands of calls, that best practices pay off in many ways: convenience, confidence, time, hassle, and money all matter to us and to you!

The classic warning signs of malfunction and imminent failure are:  

Grating or starting noises, presence of soot in air, dry air, rising utility costs, difficulty heating or cooling as before, starting problems, particularly with your furnace, or short cycling of your AC. 

Our customers know that licensed installation is always required for a manufacturer’s warranty to be secure. Our trained staff also ensure that each customer is aware of the warranty, its requirements, and the need for licensed installation. We are proud to offer the best warranties in the industry, by selecting the best brand partners, and helping our customers register their warranties online, directly with the manufacturers, after installation! 

Most Furnace/AC system installations can be completed by our team in a single day! Naturally, factors like a more complex system, or a difficult fit may mean a second day or partial second day’s work. Most installations take place within days of purchase, based on your schedule and convenience. We deliver for free and arrive on time, ready to complete installation, with all the tools, components and knowledge needed. Most jobs take less than two workdays, often only a complete day’s work! 

HVACDIRECT.COM maintains a complete staff of expert technical assistants and are available to our customers online and on the phone! We are a click or call away, with all the info concerning your equipment, installation team and accessories already at our fingertips. Our staff is conversant with each brand and the models involved. 

 

We expect our Mobile Home equipment to perform for 15 years or more, efficiently, and quietly. It is not unusual for a system to run for 20 years! The serious nature of gas and electric based HVAC also means always using the best qualified technicians and installers in the industry. Our teams’ qualifications and experience also mean less time, hassle, and better results all around. On average our quotes save our customers over four thousand real dollars, every day, every call

Most warranties start at 7 years, with some as long as 10! Each of our brand partners offer individual warranties. We list the warranty and the relevant info prominently alongside each product. We also assist our customers with registration. 

Always change Air Filters on schedule. 

 

Keep registers or vents clean. 

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Keep outdoor condenser wiped clean of dirt and debris. 

 

Keep the area around condenser clear and free from branches, bushes, and other blown material. 

 

Schedule regular yearly check-ups after 5th year of operation. 

 

Operate system at optimal efficiency. 

 

Keep ducts clean. 

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