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Air Conditioning Sales & Installation

With longer periods of high temperatures and high humidity, cooling and dehumidification have become not just a luxury, but a requirement for many.  Air-conditioning your residence, business or second home has never been easier. We offer design, installation, and service for both ductless and ducted systems. Both of these systems can be retrofitted to an existing property or installed during construction or renovation.

The heat pump systems that we install from Mitsubishi and Daikin offer exceptional efficiency and quiet performance, and installation time can be as minimal as one day. These systems include an outdoor heat pump, often pad- or bracket-mounted, that is then connected to one or several indoor units. These indoor units deliver the conditioned air using wall heads, floor consoles, ceiling cassettes, or through small duct systems. They offer opportunities to condition just the areas necessary, creating a balanced, comfortable environment. Most of these systems also offer the benefit of providing air filtration and supplemental heating!

The more traditional central cooling systems remain a popular choice when the entire home or business needs to be cooled. These systems can still be zoned for different areas of the home or business to provide just the right amount of cooling. They often require a longer installation period but result in a more discrete appearance. They include an outdoor air conditioner and an indoor air handler that is often located in the attic or basement. These too can be installed to provide air filtration, humidification, dehumidification, and heating. Pine State Services offers central cooling systems by Bryant, York, and Mitsubishi.

Call our office today and speak to a Comfort Advisor about your next cooling project – (207) 883-1200.

Janet H. from Falmouth, ME says:

“Very pleased with how they handled getting my unit fixed. From the parts department to the service area, they were responsive, concerned, and professional. When the first technician wasn’t able to get the unit working, even after consulting with the manufacturer, they sent out another tech just in case there was something overlooked. They got the unit working, bypassing the malfunctioning part, until they could get a new one. Within 24 hours, they were out with the new part to install. I feel they treated me fairly considering the difficulty in diagnosing the problem and the parts involved that they had to track down . . . Their efforts helped me to avoid having to replace the entire unit, which would have been very costly.”