Assessment of your Home / Location
This is one of the most important steps, as it helps us identify the factors that most impact your comfort and the best HVAC system for your situation. Our technicians consider the size, number of rooms, weather patterns, quality of insulation, as well as factors contributing to air quality. Using this information we can easily suggest the perfect size and type of HVAC system that will guarantee a proper HVAC installation.
Electrical Load Calculation
Installing the wrong HVAC system in your home can have some expensive consequences. Calculation of the electrical load is an essential step in identifying the ideal HVAC unit for your home. The wrong choice of a HVAC unit’s can result in inefficiency, discomfort, increased electrical bills, repairs, and even system failure. These issues usually occur if your HVAC system fails to meet your home’s heating and cooling needs or if your electrical fixtures cannot meet the system’s demand. We will calculate your home’s electrical load to determine the right HVAC system for you.
Ductwork and Refrigerant Line Inspection
After performing the electrical load assessment of your home, our technicians will inspect the ductwork and refrigerant lines in your home. If any damage is found, we will provide a solution or correct the damage. Damaged ductwork will drastically impact the efficiency of your new heating and cooling system. Likewise, damaged or leaking refrigerant lines can impact your new HVAC system’s cooling capacity if it isn’t repaired.