Cooling Systems

Efficiently Keep Your Whole Home Cool

Air Conditioning season is here!
What do you do when your older heating or air conditioning system needs repair? Replace failed components or the entire unit? Many times the answer is a complete new system, especially now when up to $650 in energy efficiency incentives are available.

Team Tebby will remove the old, install the new and prepare all your paperwork for the incentives.

The Team Tebby crew will do a seamless job and when they are finished you won’t even know they were in your home or cottage. Team Tebby keeping you cool for over 25 years. Contact us today at 705-789-1711, and we’ll have you covered for the summer. For more information on the energy rebates click here.

You can download the Ontario Power Authority Infographic here to see how you can save on eligible central heating systems and ENERGY STAR® qualified central cooling systems purchased from and installed by a participating contractor.

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Efficiently Keep Your Whole Home Cool
At Team Tebby, we've been improving indoor comfort for over 25 years. Our high efficiency home cooling systems give you economical performance, comfort and value.

We offer exceptional reliability and energy efficiency through an extensive line of durable cooling products. We are devoted to doing whatever it takes to deliver the highest quality in HVAC products and services for consumers throughout North America, which is why so many people have trusted their indoor comfort needs to Team Tebby.

Replacing your Air Conditioner
When old air conditioners have to be replaced the question is what to replace - the entire air conditioning system or the failed parts only. The answer is the entire air conditioner needs to be replaced.

There are two main parts in an air conditioner - the evaporator and the condenser. You’ve never seen the evaporator. It quietly sits inside the ductwork and absorbs heat from inside air into the refrigerant. The condenser, the other main part, sits outside of the house and looks like it’s doing all the work. Actually, it’s only doing half the job. The condenser squeezes heat out of the refrigerant into the outside air. Most of the time the culprit is the condenser since this is where all the wear and tear happens. You might be tempted to replace the condenser only.

Condensers and evaporators are not good at all at adjusting to each other.  If the evaporator absorbs too much heat from the house, the condenser will overheat. If the evaporator doesn’t absorb enough heat, it will freeze. The only way to make sure an air conditioner will work properly is to match its two main components - the evaporator and the condenser.  This is why; if you have to replace your old air conditioner, replace everything.
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