HVAC – Air Conditioning  Replacement & Installation

Don’t hassle with an old AC unit that leaves your home stifling this summer. Trust Sunstate Mechanical Contractors, Inc for AC installations in Tampa, FL. Right now, you’ll receive a FREE UV light with any new AC installation. UV lights can help kill mold and bacteria in your HVAC system. Call us today to learn more and to schedule your AC installation.

HVAC InstallationWhen is it time to replace your cooling system?

According to, the following are signs that it’s time to consider replacing the system:

  • The air conditioner is more than 10 years old.
  • The equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.
  • Some rooms in the house are too hot or too cold.
  • No one is home for long periods during the day and you do not have a programmable thermostat.
  • The home has humidity problems.
  • The home has excessive dust.
  • The cooling system is too noisy.
  • Your “Home Energy Yardstick” score is below five. (Your energy use at home is above average and you’re probably paying more than you need to on energy bills).

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HVAC – Heating & Furnace Replacement

Stop making costly repairs and replace your heater or furnace for a more efficient heating system. Contact Sunstate Mechanical Contractors, Inc. for an appointment to discuss your options. We have over 20 years of expertise to help you assess which high efficiency system is right for your home and your budget.

When should you replace your Heater or Furnace?

  • Is your current heating and air conditioning system 10-15 years old?
  • Are you paying money to repair your heating or furnace system every year?
  • Are your energy bills higher than they used to be?
  • Do you have rooms in your home that never seem to be warm?
  • Have you always had a problem keeping your home warm?

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HVAC Repair Tampa FLFor Honest, Reliable Service
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Repairs, Service & Installation

(813) 657-8200

It’s time for you to be comfortable and improve your home’s overall energy efficiency. 

Heating Installation & Furnace Installation

Our highly trained technicians will set up and test your new heating system, and make sure you’re satisfied with the results. Our heating specialists provide a high level of customer service and are readily available if any issues arise.

The types of systems include:

Gas Furnace
A gas burning central furnace utilizes a heat exchanger and a blower motor together, within a cabinet. Gas is ignited on the inside of the heat exchanger and burns to a warm temperature. Air is then circulated over the outside of the heat exchanger by the blower motor and that warm air is distributed through your ducts into your home.

Electric Furnace
An electric furnace utilizes a bank of electric resistance heaters and a blower motor located within the same casing. Electricity flows through the resistance heaters and they warm up; the blower motor then circulates air over the resistance heaters and distributes the warm air through the ducts within your home.

Heat Pump
Tampa is an excellent place to use a heat pump because of our temperate and relatively arid climate. Heat pumps are considered a form of electric heat—they utilize a compressor, outdoor coil with fan, indoor coil, and a blower motor. A heat pump is an air conditioner with the ability to reverse its refrigerant flow, thus extracting whatever heat is available outside and discharging this heat throughout your house (utilizing your duct system). When comparing a heat pump versus a gas furnace, the cost per BTU is almost equal.

Did You Know?

Furnaces & heat pumps have different performance rating scales:

The performance of a furnace is measured in AFUE,  which stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. It is a simple formula that indicates what percentage of fuel used by your furnace is converted into actual heat for your home. The standard model in this area is an 80% furnace. In other words, if your furnace uses 100,000 BTU’s of input, your furnace will convert 80,000 BTU’s of heat to be distributed by your duct system, utilizing your blower motor. There are higher efficiency furnaces that have AFUE’s of up to 96% efficiency.

The performance of a heat pump is measured by HSPF,  which stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. It is a formula similar to SEER, in that it measures how your heat pump performs in heating mode over a period of time. The higher the HSPF, the less electricity you use to generate heat for your home. Standard measures of 7.0 to 9.5 HSPF are most common in this area. Utility rebate amounts increase with higher AFUE furnaces and higher HSPF heat pumps.

HVAC Repair Tampa FLFor Honest, Reliable Service
Call Sunstate Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Today!

Repairs, Service & Installation

(813) 657-8200

It’s time for you to be comfortable and improve your home’s overall energy efficiency. 

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