How to Avoid an HVAC Lemon
If you’re considering a new HVAC system, energy efficiency and system longevity are key factors that you should consider. Selecting the right HVAC system for your the U.S. home is the first step in ensuring a comfortable home all year long. Additionally, it’s extremely important to work with a qualified air conditioning installation company during purchase and installation. Because installation plays a large role in the performance of your heating and cooling system, proper installation of your system will help you to get the most from this worthwhile investment. Service Experts Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing is committed to providing you with fast, efficient, honest, and high-quality service; keep reading to understand more about why we are the right choice for all your HVAC needs.
Even the most efficient HVAC system cannot provide the performance you expect when it is not properly installed. Studies completed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology say that improper installation can make HVAC performance suffer by up to 30%. Thus, you could end up paying 30% more than you expect for servicing your furnace or air conditioner if you work with an unqualified HVAC professional. At Service Experts, we are devoted to providing you with the highest quality of HVAC installation, repairs, and maintenance available. Your satisfaction is very important to us. All of our work is backed with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*. Our qualified service professionals have experience installing all HVAC brands and models, making sure that no matter which type of new HVAC system you select for your house, we’ll know how to install it properly so you can get the heating and cooling efficiency you expect.
As the temperature continues to drop, it’s important to protect your new air conditioning system. Winter weather can be hard on air conditioners, potentially causing damage before you ever get to flip your thermostat’s dial to “cool.” Winterization may not be an important part of HVAC maintenance to some professionals, but Service Experts knows better. When our ACE-certified professionals install your new air conditioner, we will also take the time to properly winterize the system so you won’t need to fear that your brand new system might have complications caused by winter weather when you want to begin cooling your house in the spring. We will ensure that your new air conditioner and the outdoor area around it is clean. We will also drain any moisture from the compressor to prevent freezing and check that the system is either naturally protected from debris or securely covered with a tarp. All outdoor connections and venting for your HVAC system will be reviewed and sealed to stop cold air from entering your home and heated air from getting out. While your installation takes place, we’ll also verify the integrity of your home’s ductwork and do any maintenance or repairs needed to prevent drafts and warm air loss as your furnace heats air and distributes it throughout your residence.
Are you ready to learn more about why Service Experts Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing is the best choice for HVAC installation, furnace and ac maintenance, and repairs near you in the U.S.? Please visit our website for a full listing of our heating, cooling, and indoor air quality services and solutions, or check out our blog for additional insights and information about your home’s HVAC system. Call us at 866-397-3787 for your routine maintenance.
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