Air Conditioning Services in Maryland, Delaware & Pennsylvania
At R. Brooks Mechanical Inc., we’re experts in residential AC repair, AC installation, and AC maintenance throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. No matter what may be going wrong with your system, we have everything you need to ensure that your property is cool and comfortable.
Benefits of an AC Update
Today’s air conditioners provide more comfort and efficiency than ever before. Whatever the size of your home, we can help you keep your cool during the steamy summer months. If your central AC system is more than ten years old, or you seem to be spending more on AC repairs every year, it may be time to replace it.
To help you determine what size AC unit will work best for your home, one of our trained estimators will visit your home and perform a load calculation. This calculation considers the size of your house, the amount of insulation installed, and a range of other factors. An oversized system will cycle on and off too often, reducing dehumidification needed to keep your home comfortable. Too small, and your air conditioner may not be able to meet the demands of a hot, humid day. We will find the perfect fit for your home giving you the most comfort and efficiency available.
- New HVAC Systems
- Mini-Split Systems
- Geothermal Systems
- Ductwork Repairs and Installation
- Dehumidification Systems
- Retrofit Air Conditioning Systems
- Professional Maintenance Service
- Emergency on Site Repairs
Our air conditioning team can repair your existing system, including part replacement, or install a whole new system. We are Trane Comfort Specialists, which means we have attained the highest standing and are committed to being the best in every aspect of the HVAC business, from installation and service to customer satisfaction and employee training.
We are proud to offer a variety of Hybrid Split System, which combine a high-efficiency electric heat pump with a variable-speed gas furnace. With the flexibility of two energy sources, the system can optimize your utility use, by switching to whichever heat source is most efficient for your comfort. In summer, the heat pump will reverse its operation; instead of finding ambient heat in the air, it will pull the heat out of your home and radiate it outside.
The furnace won’t ignite but will instead serve as a variable-speed blower to move the cooled air produced by the heat pump. While we recommend Trane systems, we work with many other manufacturers, including, York, Mitsubishi, Daikin, Lennox, Carrier, Bryant, Weatherking, Rheem, Ruud, Tempstar, Armstrong, and many more.