Air Conditioning Installation
The first step in the new installation process is making the decision to purchase a new system. You could be moving into a new home or replacing your exiting system due to damage or age. We are here to help you each step of the way. We assist you with the buying process and our installers will ensure that your system is set up perfectly.
Protect Your Investment
We will begin by sending a certified air conditioning and heating contractor from our office. He will evaluate your existing system to determine how it is performing against its specifications. Based on an evaluation of the benchmarks, we will discuss what we found, what we recommend and whether a new installation, repairs of maintenance are what you need.
Replace Your Existing Unit
If that, is the best decision for you, we will proceed to evaluate your entire home. For new installations to work smoothly, the duct work, ventilation, the furnace, the existing infrastructure and the entire design of your home are taken into consideration. Then we will provide recommendations for the best solution.
New installations can be expensive, but if you do it right, with the right equipment, your savings can be so substantial that you recover your money just from lower monthly energy bills. By investing in a quality system and installation, you may increase the value of your property.
Heating System Installations
When you need a new heating system, you may wonder what type of equipment is the best option for your home. Our expert technicians will perform a free evaluation of your home and present you with the ideal home heating solution the fits your home’s needs. There are two types of heat systems:
Heat Pump Systems
The Most common type of home heating solution is the heat pump system because it operates on electricity and is ideal for moderate climates. The following information highlights the advantages to having a heat pump system.
Efficiency. Electric heat pumps are very energy efficient.
Installation cost. Heat pump system installations usually cost less than the installation of a furnace. Furnaces require an extensive ventilation system, which can increase the cost of installation if your home is not already fitted with a proper ventilation system.
Operating cost. In most of the Area, electricity rates are lower the natural gas, meaning that a heat pump system will cost less to operate a gas-fired furnace.
Safety. With a heat pump system, there is no risk of carbon monoxide poisoning because it runs on electricity.
Cleanliness. With an indoor and outdoor unit associated with the electric heat pump system, you do not have to worry about the dust and soot the can be the product of the gas furnace system’s combustion.
Gas Furnace Systems
Gas furnace systems have been used for decades to warm homes in extreme climates, but these systems are not as popular as the heating pump systems. The following information includes some of the pros and cons of a gas furnace system.
Efficiency. Because a gas furnace system is built for extremely cold environments and uses gas, they are often less energy efficient than heat pump systems.
Installation Cost. Gas furnace systems require a good ventilation system in your home, so if your home is not already equipped with adequate ventilation it will need to be installed. This adds an extra upfront cost to your heating system’s installation.
Operating costs. Because gas furnaces run off of natural gas, they are often more expensive to run that the electric heat pump system.
Safety. A gas furnace is quite safe, but it is subject to all the risk associated with natural gas in a home, which includes possible leaks the could result in an explosion of fire.
Cleanliness. The products of gas combustion can result in dirtier air and less desirable indoor air quality in the home.