Ductwork Installation & Replacement in Albuquerque

Maybe you live in an older home with antiquated ductwork. Maybe you’ve added additions to your home or workplace and connecting that space to the current HVAC system is a top priority. Or what we see very commonly here in Albuquerque and the surrounding areas, is that homeowners of older homes have swamp coolers want to convert their homes to refrigerated air. These homes often don’t have an adequate duct system to do so. Whether you need new ductwork installed, or old ductwork replaced, Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing can help.

Albuquerque’s Best Ductwork Installation

Unless you’re going with a ductless cooling system and have radiant heat in your home, most HVAC systems require air ducts to transport refrigerated and heated air around your home or workplace. However, with the diversity of homes and builders in the Albuquerque area, no two HVAC systems are alike. That’s why we treat every customer as an individual, never using a one-size-fits-all solution. Our trained technicians will expertly assess what your heating and cooling needs are that aren’t being met, and provide you with several solutions to get you there. One of those solutions may include installing new ductwork or replacing old ductwork.

How do I know if I need new ductwork for my Albuquerque home?

The best way to figure out the condition of your ductwork is to have one of our technicians come out and take a look. We’ve seen so many styles and builds of homes in the Albuquerque metro area that we know what to look for right away. If you need new ductwork to move from a swamp cooler to refrigerated air, we’ll be able to evaluate what you have, and what you will need to give you a variety of options to move forward.

What are my other options if I don’t want to go through the hassle or cost of new ductwork?

We’re able to offer many options for heating and cooling your home, and for each customer, we customize our offerings based on their end goal. So if you’d rather avoid the new ductwork route, ductless systems or mini splits are always an option. These are highly customizable systems that don’t require ducts and can be controlled by zone (or for each room that has a mini-split).
Sometimes, fixing your HVAC troubles requires ductwork installation and replacement. In other heating and cooling solutions, perhaps adding new ductwork to a home or business is a must. No matter the reason, please contact us at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to learn more about Albuquerque ductwork replacement and installation.

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Commonly Asked Questions About AC Installation

What do I need to know before installing a new air conditioner in New Mexico?

Installing a new heating and air conditioning system is not an easy task. There are many factors that must align in order for you to get this done successfully, such as the size of your home or business space needed by BTUs (the amount calculated when determining how much energy will be required). You also need building code requirements along with SEER ratings on offer from different manufactures before committing yourself to something expensive!

What questions should I ask my Albuquerque HVAC contractor?

  1. What Do You Think is Wrong With My Current HVAC System?
  2. What HVAC Brands Do You Recommend (and Carry)?
  3. Can I See a Copy of Your HVAC Contractor’s License?
  4. Can You Provide Me Details of Your Liability Insurance?
  5. Who Will Install the New HVAC System?
  6. What is and What’s Not Included in the Project Quote?
  7. How Soon Can You Start Work?

When do I need an AC repair versus a new AC installation?

It is totally case by case. Every situation in every home and business is different. The best thing you can do if you have a question about your cooling system is to let one of our technicians from Bosque come out, survey your current system and the issues it’s having, and give you a variety of potential solutions.

If your AC is acting up, not cooling your home efficiently, making lots of unusual sounds, or not cooling at all, give Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call right away! We can expertly diagnose the issue and get your unit up and running so you can live and work at a comfortable temperature.

What are your hours of operation?

Bosque Heating Cooling & Plumbing is open 24/7.

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Cities We Serve

Bosque Heating, Cooling and Plumbing provides service in the entire Albuquerque metroplex area as well as Santa Fe, and most cities within about a one-hour drive from our headquarters in Albuquerque. Not sure if we can service your area? Just give us a call. Some common cities we serve are: