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How to Prepare Your Oviedo, FL Home for an AC Replacement

For the fastest, most efficient, and most affordable AC replacement services in Seminole County, there’s just one company to call: Tim Benjamin AC Inc.. With more than a decade of experience, a proven track record of success, and dozens of satisfied clients, we’re considered the most reliable AC replacement company in Oviedo, FL. The team of professionally trained, fully licensed and insured HVAC contractors at our locally owned and operated company are experts in all types of air conditioners, including central air conditioners, mini split ACs, and window air conditioners. When you choose Tim Benjamin AC Inc. for your AC replacement needs, you can rest assured that your Seminole County home will be cool and comfortable.

How to Prepare Your Oviedo, FL Home for a New AC Replacement

Whether it’s old, outdated, and exceeded its life expectancy, it’s on its last legs or its already expired, or it just isn’t meeting your Seminole County home’s cooling needs; there are lots of reasons why you might need to replace your air conditioner. Regardless of the reason, it’s important to prepare ahead of time to make the process as easy as possible.

You’ve already hired a reputable Oviedo, FL AC replacement contractor, selected your new air conditioning system, and set a date and time for the service. The only thing left to do is prepare your Seminole County home – and your family and yourself – for the big day. Here are some tips that you can use to prepare ahead of time before an AC replacement.

Make Space

You want to make sure that your Oviedo, FL AC replacement contractors will be able to access your Seminole County house with ease. Before they’re scheduled to arrive, be sure you make space so that they can easily access your property. If you have a driveway, make sure it’s open so that the contractors have a convenient place to park their vehicles. If you don’t have a driveway, clear a parking space in front of your house. The contractors are going to need to access supplies, equipment, and tools from their vehicles, and providing a convenient parking space will ensure that they can do just that.

Clear Obstructions

You’re also going to want to take the time to clear out any obstructions. This includes both within the interior, as well as on the exterior of your Seminole County home. Make sure that any doorways that your Oviedo, FL AC replacement contractors will be using to access your house are free and clear of obstructions, and clear any objects that may be blocking anywhere inside your home that they’re going to need to access – hallways, the attic, the basement, etc. – of any items that might be in the way; furniture and boxes, for example. Outside, make sure that the area where the exterior components of your existing air conditioning system is located is free of any obstructions; outdoor furniture and potted plants, for example. If any shrubs, trees, flowers, and other foliage are in the ground near the vicinity of the exterior components, do what you can to secure them.

Protect Items

For any items that can’t be moved that are located in areas where your Oviedo, FL AC replacement contractors are going to need to access, take the necessary precautions to protect them. Place drop cloths over the floors and over any built-in or large pieces of furniture that can’t be moved, for instance. Remove and store items that you’re concerned could become damaged by any dirt, dust, and debris that will be kicked up and created while the contractors are working, such as artwork, keepsakes, and other decorative items. 

Prepare Your Family

If you have young children and pets, you should make arrangements for them, as well. Small children are curious by nature, so if you’re concerned that their curiosity may lead them to explore and accidentally get in the way of the Oviedo, FL AC replacement technicians, potentially harming themselves and the crew, or if you’re concerned that your young children will be startled by loud noises, make the necessary preparations. That might mean ensuring that the work zone will be off-limits and reviewing the rules with your children, and if that isn’t a viable option, make arrangements for childcare; ask a trusted friend or family member if they can watch your little ones outside of your Seminole County house, for example.

Pets are a concern, as well. If you have large dogs that bark a lot and could startle the technicians, or if you have skittish or curious dogs and or cats, for instance, be sure to plan ahead for your furry family members. Arrangements might include confining your furry friends to a safe, secure, and out-of-the-way location, or asking someone you trust,t and who would be willing to do so if they will pet-sit for you while the Oviedo, FL AC replacement contractors are working.

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With the above-mentioned tips, you can be sure that your Seminole County home and your loved ones are prepared, and that your contractors will be able to work as efficiently and safely as possible while your new air conditioning system is being installed. Are you still looking for a reputable Oviedo, FL AC replacement company, or unhappy with the one you hired? If so, get in touch with the professionals Florida residents trust most: Tim Benjamin AC Inc.. For more information, to schedule a consultation, and to request a free price quote, call 407-340-2827 or submit an online request right through our website, and we’ll be happy to service all of your needs.

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Oviedo is a city in Seminole County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 33,342, representing an increase of 7,026 (26.7%) from the 26,316 counted in the 2000 Census. It is part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area. Oviedo is known for its historic houses and buildings, as well as its population of chickens that roam the downtown area. Although the city has historically been rural, in recent years it has had an influx of new developments to support its rapid growth, due to its proximity to the University of Central Florida and the Central Florida Research Park. Several national publications have placed Oviedo on their nationally ranked lists as one of the best places to live in the US.

Up through the early 19th century, the area encompassing Oviedo was sparsely populated save for a few Seminoles and African-American Freemen who associated with the Seminole tribe, known as Black Seminoles, in what was then Spanish Florida. The Seminole tribe had larger clusters of population in other areas of Central Florida, such as nearby Lake Jesup.

The population remained sparse until after the American Civil War, when people devastated by war starting moving South to begin a new life. One mile to the southeast side of Lake Jesup, a small hamlet of settlers established the “Lake Jesup Settlement” in 1875. Letters from that era showcased a difficult life for the Florida Cracker settlers: cooking outdoors with wood stoves, sleeping under mosquito nets, and burning rags to keep the insects away. Wildlife was plentiful, however. Initially, this settlement had around 40 families, but quickly evolved into a thriving trading port. The settlement was named “Oviedo” by Andrew Aulin when the first post office was established to honor the state’s Spanish heritage.

Several people played a prominent role in establishing Oviedo’s history. George Powell was an early settler who ran a large tract of land, referred to as the “Powell Settlement”, which today encompasses most of the northern part of the city-including the downtown area. One of Powell’s sons, Lewis Powell, (alias Lewis Payne), became infamous for being John Wilkes Booth’s primary accomplice in the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln.

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FAQ

It is important to note that there are some telltale signs that indicate that your air conditioner needs to be replaced: Lack of Cool Air & Limited Airflow, Buildup of Moisture, Strange Sounds, Foul Smells, and Very High Energy Bills.

It is true that you will save more money by replacing your AC than continuing to repair it depending on the damages to it.

HVAC systems can last up to 30 years, but it is recommended you get them replaced before then since an air conditioner can last between 10 and 15 years.

In order to determine if your air conditioner can be repaired, a maintenance check will be performed on it. If we find it is too damaged we will work on finding you a replacement.

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