Residential heating and air conditioning systems installation should make your life easier, not more complicated.
When you’re looking at residential heating and air conditioning systems for an existing home or for a new house, there are so many things to consider and so much information out there, it can be hard to absorb. To simplify things a little, here are the two biggest factors that go into a successful residential heating and air conditioning system installation.
1. The Right System for the Right Space
The right residential heating and air conditioning system for your home is based on load. Load is determined primarily by the size of your home. A professional should come to your home and measure the interior, including walls, ceilings, doors, and windows. Additionally, they should check your insulation and understand the energy rating of your home.
This information will help them recommend the right equipment for the space you have. A residential heating and air conditioning system that is too big will cost more to operate and won’t be able to control the humidity level properly, whereas a unit that is too small will not be able to maintain the desired temperature and will be more expensive to keep running.
2. Improper Peripheral Installation
The installation of residential heating and air conditioning systems includes other elements such as drains and ducts. If either of these is improperly installed, it can cause problems. Bad drains can cause leaks that will cause the condensation run-off to leak through ceilings and walls. Improper duct installation can result in air leaks and can cause your residential heating and air conditioning system to run far below the efficiency level it’s capable of.
There are so many considerations when looking at residential heating and air conditioning systems for your home. One of the best choices you can make is to trust the professionals at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling. Schedule a service today.