AC Installation Services

Are you installing an air conditioner system for the first time or replacing your AC system in OK? Quick Temp is here to provide excellent service and customer service from your first call to the last steps.


About Quick Temp

Quick Temp has been serving the Tulsa area for more than ten years. With a team dedicated to returning your home’s comfort level as quickly and economically as possible, you can trust Quick Temp with all your air conditioner installation projects.

Quick Temp guarantees that our highly qualified personnel will install your system to give maximum performance and long-term dependability. We aim to ensure that your system gives you the cost-effective comfort and efficiency you deserve.

You can always rely on our qualified professionals to correctly install a central air conditioning system, heat pump, or ductless cooling system. We pledge our promise that you will be satisfied with the advantages and service you receive, from sizing through installation.

Are you ready to replace or improve your air conditioner? To schedule AC installation services, contact Quick Temp.

New Construction or Remodeling

The possibilities for the ideal cooling system for your house might be daunting. Quick Temp eliminates the guesswork by deciding which size, manufacture, and model will satisfy your requirements. We’ll ensure the system provides the comfort you want using your current ducting.

If required, we may modify your ducts so that you can enjoy the comfort and system performance that you anticipate. Our professionals will complete a faultless installation and guarantee that your system is running at total efficiency.

Maybe you’re updating or replacing your air conditioning system. In that case, our experts can remove and dispose of your old system!

To learn more about our air conditioning installation, don’t hesitate to contact Quick Temp.


Even the most well-kept air conditioner will need to be changed eventually. But when is it best to replace vs. repair your air conditioner? Here are a few significant signs that it’s time to replace your unit:

Your air conditioner is nearing 10 years of age

Suppose you’ve had your present HVAC system for ten years or more. In that case, Energy Star, a federal program that helps customers make better, easier decisions when purchasing energy-efficient goods, suggests replacing it. Some contemporary air conditioners may save up to 20% on your power bill. So even if your older A/C is inexpensive to fix, replacing it may save you money in the long run.

Your air conditioner requires regular servicing

You might find yourself making minor repairs to your equipment regularly. It may be more cost effective and less frustrating to replace it with a newer, more dependable central air conditioning system.

Your air conditioner requires costly repairs

Replacing a portion or all of your HVAC system is an expensive investment. Still, it may be worth it in the long run if you must make significant repairs to get your present air conditioner working again. Financial experts recommend applying the 50% rule, which states that you should replace your air conditioner if the repair cost exceeds or exceeds half the price of a new unit. Veteran A/C technicians recommend multiplying the cost of the repair by the number of years you’ve owned the unit.

R-22 refrigerant is used in your air conditioner

R-22 is an ozone-depleting coolant that manufacturers once used in air conditioning equipment. The EPA has directed that R-22 manufacturing be phased out by 2020, after which no new or imported R-22 would be permitted in the United States. If your air conditioner utilizes R-22, recharging it will become progressively costly. If you’re facing an expensive repair on an R-22 unit, it might be time to consider replacing it.
Suppose your air conditioning system is old, or the repair cost is prohibitively expensive. In that case, Quick Temp can work with you to find a solution that meets your needs. We provide the most excellent new energy-efficient air conditioners on the market. We are willing to work with you on billing and financing.

How to Pick the Perfect Air Conditioning System for Your Home

Central air conditioning functions similarly to a refrigerator in your house. The heat energy in the air is passed to the coolant inside the coil when warm air passes past an evaporator coil in an air conditioning machine. A blower circulates the cold, pleasant air around your home while the heat gathered by the condenser is sent outdoors.
Two main kinds of central air conditioning systems exist:
  • Split System - The condenser and compressor are located outside the home, while the evaporator is inside. Split systems are cost-effective for households with a furnace but no air conditioner. It is also the most prevalent type of central air conditioning system.
  • Packaged System - In this system, the central air conditioner, evaporator, condenser, and compressor are all housed in a single metal box or cabinet. It is usually installed on a roof or concrete slab adjacent to a house. A separate furnace is not required with the packed system.
Bigger doesn't always mean better. Indeed, an air conditioning system that is too big for a particular location is ineffective and may also make a room unpleasant. AC units decimate heat and humidity from the room. However, suppose a large AC unit cools the room before the moisture is eliminated. In that case, the air might feel moist and clammy. What is best for you is what is best for your house. The government's EnergyStar website includes a calculator and a table with instructions for the size of a home and the necessary cooling capacity of an air conditioning unit. A professionally educated AC technician may also assist you in determining the appropriate size for your home.
Heating and cooling costs eat up more than half of all energy costs. The more efficient an air conditioning machine is, the less energy it needs to complete its function, resulting in lower operating costs. But how do you know which central air conditioners are the most efficient when considering the best way to choose a central air conditioner for your home? SEER, an abbreviation for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, measures the efficiency of a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning unit (HVAC unit).
Modern heating and air conditioning devices are more efficient than those used 10 or 20 years ago. Everyone may assist the environment by increasing the temperature of their home's thermostat by a degree or two in the summer and decreasing it by a couple of degrees in the wintertime. Even if the highest-SEER air conditioning systems are not suitable for you, merely replacing any old unit can assist the environment. Air conditioning uses more than 2,000 kilowatt-hours of energy yearly in a typical house, according to the US Department of Energy. Power plants produce around 3,500 pounds of carbon dioxide and 31 pounds of sulfur dioxide because of air conditioning each year. Even if your existing air conditioner is just ten years old, a new one may reduce energy use by up to 40%. Whatever decision you make when replacing your air conditioner, it will be a 'greener' option than your current unit.
Warranty: The duration of the warranty, as well as the terms, are critical. Some warranties, for example, may be lost if the equipment is repaired by someone other than a licensed professional technician. In addition to the HVAC system warranty, you should inquire about the installation warranty. Levels of noise: When running, all air conditioning machines create some noise, but some are quieter than others. Because it does not have to run at full power all of the time, an HVAC system with a variable-speed blower is quieter. (It also consumes less energy.) Noise-reducing fan blades are another new technology you might inquire about.

What You Can Expect During Your AC Installation

We provide free estimates. We also offer financing and we don’t require day-of payment.

The Quick Temp Installation Process

Step 1:  contact us, and we will schedule one of our certified design specialists to meet with you.

Step 2:  Our office will provide you with the name and profile of the technician visiting your home to ensure your safety and security.

Step 3:  We will assess your home or office to determine the appropriate sizing and solution to meet your needs.

Step 4:  We will present our estimate, including several options, and ensure your questions are answered completely.