How complicated is a new system installation?
It depends on your existing setup, the system you're installing and the place where it's being installed. Your contractor needs to evaluate all these things before you can know how simple it's going to be.
How do I select the right heating and cooling system?
An expert can help you. Choose the right contractor who can perform a load calculation or an energy analysis to determine your operating costs, and customize your system accordingly.
How much can I save with new equipment?
Air-conditioning and heating equipment contribute about 44% to a home's energy bill. Latest Energy Star qualified systems are as much as 60% more efficient than a 10-year old equipment.
Is installing a central HVAC really necessary?
If you're building a new home or remodeling an existing one, a central HVAC system is the best solution for overall comfort and superior indoor air quality and humidity control.
Should I repair or replace my existing system?
As a rule of thumb, you should consider replacing your existing home comfort system when repairs cost 30% of a new purchase or when it starts contributing more than 50% to your home energy bill.
What can I do to improve the indoor air quality?
You can consider adding humidifiers, dehumidifiers, ventilation systems, UV lights and air filters to dramatically improve your indoor air quality.
What does the air handler do for my system?
It circulates conditioned air throughout your home. You can combine your air handler with accessories to filter, humidify, or dehumidify the air stream as needed.
What is the best thermostat to use?
A programmable thermostat gives accurate, reliable, and energy-saving performance. For added savings and convenience, try our Residential Communicating Control with Wi-Fi support, which works with mobile devices to easily program your system wherever you are.