Beat the Heat with an AC Repair or Installation

A/C UnitFind relief from the heat when you use the services from 3 Brothers Mechanical in Hudson, New Hampshire. From an AC installation to an AC repair, our team of technicians is available to assist with a wide range of projects for your home or business. We help you save money and enjoy a comfortable space during the worst of the summer weather.

AC Installation: Keeping You Cool

While summertime is an exciting time for many, it also brings hot and humid weather that can cause severe discomfort. If you find yourself sweating more than usual at your home or business, it may be time for a new air conditioner. The average life of an HVAC unit ranges from 10 to 14 years. When your system is past its prime, we evaluate your needs and help you select the perfect choice for your building.

With all of the advancements in air conditioning technology, you deserve to have the most up-to-date system for your location. Whether you are installing a new unit or upgrading your existing one, our seasoned technicians are available to provide you with the best solution for your needs. We understand the ins and outs of each system on the market, and we are committed to helping you live in comfort. Turn to us for any of the following:

  • Air Conditioners
  • Central Air Systems
  • Ductless Mini Split Units

Regular AC Maintenance for a Functioning System

A/C SystemThe New Hampshire climate can be taxing on even the best air conditioning system. An easy way to keep your unit functioning is to undergo regular maintenance. Keeping your system maintained can mean the difference between a quality unit and one that causes you headaches and expensive repairs. With our upkeep services, your AC will work hard summer after summer.

How Does a Central AC Work?

The typical central air conditioning unit is a split system, which contains both an outdoor AC and an indoor coil. This indoor part is usually installed on top of your furnace. By using electricity as its power source, the compressor pumps refrigerant through the system to gather heat and moisture from indoors and remove it from the home.

Heat and moisture are removed from the home when warm air is blown over a cooled indoor coil. All heat in the air transfers to the coil, which cools the air as a result. The heat that has been transferred to the coil is later pumped to the exterior of the home, while the cool air is pumped back inside.

Energy-Efficient Geothermal Cooling

Cooling You Down

While the New Hampshire area never reaches the same sweltering temperatures that you would find down south, we still experience our fair share of heat. During the summer months, there is nothing more relaxing than coming home to an air-conditioned home after a long, hot day at work. However, with conventional air conditioners, many homes and business owners find themselves waiting for the system to start working.

As the mercury rises outside, your unit has to work extra hard, leading to higher energy bills and a greater chance of something going wrong with your system. A geothermal system keeps you cool like a traditional air conditioner does, but by following a different technology. During the summer, the unit transfers heat out of your building and into the ground, preventing the risk of backflow.