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Air Conditioner Installation in Edmonton

Are you tired of hearing your family complain about not sleeping from the heat? Do you feel less productive on work-from-home days because of feeling tired? Investing in reliable air conditioning in Edmonton is an investment in your productivity, good sleep, and home comfort. Find the right air conditioner for your cooling needs now!

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Filter out dust particles in the air and breathe easier

10-Year Warranty Coverage

Limited warranty available on all functional parts

Free Estimates for Installation

Find the perfect match for your home without added costs

Free Humidifier*

with Carrier Install

*Until Dec 31, 2023

Our Process


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Over the phone or in person, our team will help you find the right air conditioner for your home. Our service team will gather details from you including the size of your home, features you are looking for, and the age of the home. From there, an inspection will be scheduled.



Our team will help measure your home to ensure you get the right size for your home, identify ventilation in the home, and compatibility. We take into consideration your existing air conditioner types and your cooling needs.



You will receive a customized quote for your air conditioner based on the inspection, giving you the final say in what air conditioning type you want for your home. Once a quote is accepted, our team will take the rest to give you the best installation experience possible.

How Can I Protect My Home and Family This Summer?


Upgrading your air conditioner this year will not only keep you cool during the next heat wave, but it can also help to protect you and your home from the effects of the heat. By filtering the air in your home, you can get more out of the day by reducing the risk of heat stroke, improving your quality of sleep, and humidity control. More importantly, you can help protect your pets from overheating.

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Factors To Consider Choosing an Air Conditioner

Home Exterior

Is your home prone to reflecting heat or absorbing it based on the materials of your exterior?


Older homes with poor insulation are more prone to losing heat or cold air, while well-insulated homes will keep your home cooler all summer long.


How thick are your windows? Single-pane windows are less energy efficient, meaning you will need a higher BTU rating to keep your home cool.

Brands We Carry

Types of Air Conditioners

Central Air Conditioners

A central air conditioner is the perfect option for whole-house cooling, with compatibility with smart thermostats and reduced humidity. The split system will regulate air through the ducts in your home and can be optimized to pair with your furnace.

Ductless Air Conditioners

A ductless air conditioner is an efficient option for cooling individual rooms that do not have existing ductwork. With a compact design, ductless air conditioners are fully mounted inside your home, saving you maintenance costs after the winter.

Portable Air Conditioners

Portable or window-mounted air conditioners are available in a variety of sizes that give you the freedom to move the units as your space dictates. Designed for cooling open floor plans or single-story homes, these air conditioners are easy to set up for temporary cooling.

Why Choose Dyand Mechanical


A SEER Rating is the ratio of the cooling of an air conditioner over a whole season divided by the energy it uses (Watt-Hours). The higher the SEER Rating, the more efficient the air conditioner will be.


SEER Rating = Cooling ÷ Season ÷ Energy used (Watts-Hour)

Yes! Air conditioners absorb heat and moisture from the air in your home. Without an air conditioner, high humidity levels can create a damp environment that can lead to dust mites, mould, and negative health impacts. You are more susceptible to heat stroke and dehydration in higher humidity levels.

Air conditioning BTUs are calculated at 20 BTUs per square inch. As a rule of thumb, a lower BTU rating for your home will not keep your home cool, while higher BTU ratings can result in wasting excess energy. The average BTUs for residential air conditioners range from 20,000 to 50,000. To ensure an accurate quote for your home, our team will assist you with measuring the square footage of your home.

In a central air system, the furnace is important for both warming and cooling your house. In winter, it makes heat by burning fuel or using electricity, and this warm air goes through ducts to spread around the house. For cooling, the furnace fan keeps moving air, but instead of warming it, the air goes through a part of the air conditioner called the evaporator coil. This part takes heat out of the indoor air, making it cool, and then sends this cool air back into the house through the ducts. So, the furnace fan is key for moving both warm and cool air in your home, making it comfortable all year.

Deciding whether to repair or replace your air conditioner depends on several factors, including the age of the unit, the extent of the damage, and the cost of repairs versus the cost of a new system. Generally, if your AC is more than 10-15 years old and requires frequent repairs, investing in a new, energy-efficient model can be more cost-effective. However, an air conditioner repair may be preferred for minor issues in newer units. Consulting with a professional HVAC technician can help you make an informed decision based on your specific situation.

Yes, a heat pump can function as both a heating and cooling system, effectively replacing the need for a separate air conditioner. During warmer months, a heat pump works like an air conditioner, extracting heat from indoors and transferring it outside to cool your home. It reverses this process during the winter, extracting heat from outdoor air (even in cold temperatures) and transferring it indoors to heat your home. This dual functionality makes heat pumps a versatile, energy-efficient solution for year-round comfort.

Customer Reviews

Gord M
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Dyand techician James was awesome. Helped get my furnace going at 1:00 am when is was -40 outside over the phone. He returned the next morning and replaced the fan motor that had a dead spot in it. Only coming on if it was in the right position. Saved us from freezing that night and now furnace runs once again perfectly.
Jessica A
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After waiting a few weeks for our furnace to get fixed by someone else, our landlord called DYAND. Ryan, the HVAC tech, was very helpful and friendly when he came to fix our furnace. He went above and beyond to replace the inducer motor the same day despite the difficulty in finding the motor in the city. We are very grateful to him for getting our heat working before the snow hit on the weekend.
Michael Z
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Very good company to deal with. From start to finish the quote and work was done with as quoted. The install took longer than expected but that was due to the installers taking the time needed to do it correctly and not just as quick as possible. It was a large complicated scope of work and it was completed extremely well.
Rob M
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Furnace stopped working, called and spoke with very pleasant lady. Dispatched technician within two hours. Technician was polite, on time and very efficient. Repaired fan mount and heat was back on in four hours. A week later, furnace fan quit again. Quick, polite service and replaced capacitor. A different problem and no additional charge to first service call. Very happy with their service and will use again.

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Edmonton, AB  T5M 3C1

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