AC Installation And Replacement In Radnor, PA

John Cipollone, Inc. has provided expert, reliable AC installation and replacements in Radnor, PA since 1953. Click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877 for a free consultation or set up a new air conditioner installation anywhere on the Main Line.

You don't have to wait for your old cooling system to break down for good before considering a new one! Upgrading to a newer model can be an improvement over an older central air unit that's not as energy-efficient or that doesn't work as well. 

At John Cipollone, we're certified to install and service all major brands. And, we specialize in high-efficiency systems from Mitsubishi Electric and Carrier. These systems will make any home more comfortable when they're replacing a conventional unit. 

And, thanks to our decades of experience on the Main Line, we know exactly what homes in Radnor need. Whether it's making sure your new cooling system is correctly sized for your home or finding the best model for your needs, we do it all. Click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877.
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Air Conditioner Installation

Today's cooling systems work much better and use less energy than older ACs. Your home will be more comfortable and your electric bill much lower with a new air conditioner installation.

Air Conditioner Replacement

If your old cooling system is constantly in need of repairs, it's time to consider an air conditioner replacement before it breaks down for good. You'll save time and money in the long run.

Air Conditioner Repair

Even the best AC's will run into a problem eventually. And, when they do, it's best to call for air conditioner repair as soon as you notice it. That way, the fix is less expensive and easier to handle.

Air Conditioner Installation In Radnor, PA

Whether your old system is on its last legs, or you're just ready for a comfort upgrade, click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877 for air conditioner installation in Radnor, PA. Or, ask for a free consultation about keeping your home cool all summer.

And, you don't have to wait until your old system is on the way out to start thinking about a new AC! of replacing an old air conditioner that's still working include:

  • Better airflow and cooling in each room
  • Lower energy bills all summer
  • Increased energy efficiency
  • New warranty for your equipment
  • A brand-new system that will last more than a decade

AC Replacement In Radnor, PA

Click here or call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877 for a free consultation to discuss an air conditioner replacement for your Radnor, PA home. We've been the trusted name for heating and cooling on the main line since 1943. 

Most central air systems last between 10 and 17 years. The better you maintain it, the longer it will last. But, eventually, any appliance is due for replacement

Signs it's time to consider a new AC include: 

  • Weak air circulation
  • House is hot and humid
  • Energy bills skyrocket
  • The system always needs repair
  • AC is more than a decade old 

Home Construction Types In Radnor, PA

Single Homes

Single homes in Radnor, PA vary from historic houses and craftsman-style homes to classic suburban ranches and split-levels to new construction. Often, older homes require more attention to update older HVAC setups.


While not as stylistically diverse as single homes, you'll find a wide variety of townhome styles here in Radnor. They're more uniform, but each one still has its own unique cooling needs.


Radnor, PA has pockets of rowhomes that are often older than some of the more modern townhomes in the area. The focus here is often on getting the correctly-sized AC system.


Like townhomes, Radnor's condominiums are somewhat uniform but also come in a wide variety. We make sure to meet each one's needs while also staying in line with your HOA.

Local Spotlight: The Willows Park

The Willows Park is a wonderful hidden outdoor gem in Radnor, PA! Located in a portion of Skunk Hollow Park, these grounds are based around a restored three-story mansion. 

Surrounding the mansion, you'll find old willow trees (hence the name) among many other types of plants and flowers. There are also flowing fountains, a pond, trails, and carefully-landscaped grounds. The sprawling, 47.5-acre park is open to the public.

If You Go:

The Willows park is open every day from dawn to dusk. Activities include hiking, picking, fishing, and grilling, along with just enjoying the outdoors. 

The park is located at 490 Darby-Paoli Road, not far from the Newtown Square Historical Society & Paper Mill House Museum and Ardrossan Estate.