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Choosing the right air conditioner installation company will give you comfort and peace of mind.  Fox Family are expert in air conditioner replacement.

Our Process

  • FREE Written Estimate

    We always offer a free written estimate with no pressure or heavy sales pitch. Just a straightforward consultation.

  • Custom HVAC Design

    We work with you to design a system that fits your home, your energy demands and your budget

  • The Work

    Now we order the equipment and get to work. We come prepared to protect your home, get your new system installed and haul away old equipment.

  • Clean Up

    We clean up after ourselves, leaving your home just the way we found it if not better.

  • Warranty Support

    We take care of all of the “after install” support. We make sure you know exactly how to use and maintain your system to keep warranties intact.

A Dedication To Quality Workmanship

Replacing your home’s air conditioner is a decision that sometimes comes when you have repaired an old system for too many summers and it’s just time. Other times you have a major breakdown and it doesn’t pencil out to keep putting money into it.  Regardless of the reason, we know it’s not a fun position to be in.

Our focus is always to be straightforward and honest. We would much rather help you repair your system first and if that is no longer an option and YOU choose to replace your air conditioner we are happy to support you. For us it comes down to building a long lasting trusting relationship with our customers.

Questions & Answers

Answers to Common Questions From Our Customers

If you’re looking for a free estimate or a free quote on a new central air conditioning system in Sacramento, the answer is yes. The way to go about it is to call around to the companies you think have the best reputation or that you want to deal with and ask them if they give free estimates. Most companies are going to be more than happy to come out and assess your current system, measure your house, inspect the insulation levels, the windows, and see if there are any problem areas you’d like to have addressed.

Here’s what to do if you’re looking for a free estimate for a new central heating and air conditioning system in Sacramento:

• Do your research first and find a few companies you’d like to work with.
• Call or go online to their website and set an appointment for a free estimate or quote for a new system.
• Let them come out to your home and expect to see them assess your current system
• Let them inspect your insulation levels and windows for infiltration.
• Tell them about any problem areas in your home that may be too hot or too cold.
• Get three quotes, but don’t always go for the cheapest. Go with who you feel best about.

In the Sacramento area, there are over 700 HVAC contractors. Some of them try to be the cheapest, while others are always the highest price around town. Most people usually go with the company in the middle that provides the most value. Cheap is not always going to be quality work. Quality work isn’t always going to be fast work. Fast and cheap are almost always not a good combination.

Good luck in your efforts to change out your central air conditioning system. And you can always to schedule an appointment for a free estimate from Fox Family Heating & Air.

This is a great question.  People always ask if they will save money on their utility bills after buying a new central air conditioning system for their home.

The answer is, the average savings you’ll see each year on a new air conditioning system is about $300.00.

The typical cooling system in our area turns on and off three times every hour for 24 hours, 150 days a year. That’s almost 11,000 cycles a summer.  That same system runs for 30 minutes every hour, for 24 hours, 150 days a year. That’s 1800 hours a year.   

Here are a few reasons why you will see about $300 savings a year on a new HVAC system:

  • The compressor, condenser fan, and blower motors run at lower amperages.
  • The condenser and evaporator coils are larger, which gives the system a higher efficiency rating.
  • The installers are held to a higher standard for airflow through the system.

Here are a few reasons you might not see considerable savings in your utility bills after purchasing a new HVAC system:

  • New system owners tend to use their new system more than the old one.
  • Time-of-use for summer rates by electric companies increase annually.
  • Gas furnaces still use the same amount of fuel to heat your house.

If you want to discuss these savings and how to save even more than $300 a year on a new system by making some minor adjustments to your home, feel free to set your appointment through our website or give us a call.  Either way, it’s a free consultation with one of our most experienced HVAC technicians at Fox Family.

Fox Family installs these fine HVAC products:

  • Trane
  • Mitsubishi
  • Coleman

Trane is our primary line of HVAC system.  These are for customers looking for the most value for their money when it comes to standard unitary split or packaged systems.  Trane is a long-established HVAC system with a tagline that most people know. “It’s hard to stop a Trane.”

Mitsubishi is our primary ductless/ducted variable HVAC speed system.  In 2018 our two primary lines joined and became Mitsubishi Electric Trane US.  It’s a partnership that unites two of the most durable and reliable HVAC manufacturers.  From a single wall-mounted unit to provide supplemental heating and cooling to a room in your home, to a fully variable split-system that can hook right back up to your existing duct system, Mitsubishi is an excellent choice for your heating and cooling needs.

Coleman is our economy or entry-level system that carries a dependable name that has been in the industry for several decades.  We receive low pricing on our inventory of Coleman HVAC systems, which translates into really low prices for those buyers just looking for a practical solution to their rental home, apartment, condo, grandmother’s quarters, etc.

Williams wall furnaces are our solution to a rental home, apartment, or condo unit that needs to replace their current wall furnace.  While some people think these units are obsolete, they are actually a very reliable option for the bare requirements mandated by the state for protecting the tenants of those residential units from cold weather.