Not all HVAC systems are created equal. Every home and homeowner is different, which is why it’s important to find the right system for your unique home and needs. Finding the perfect home comfort system starts with asking a professional HVAC technician the right questions. If you’re on the hunt for a new HVAC system, here are three important questions to ask your technician first.
What Size HVAC System Do I Need?
When it comes to heating and cooling your home, the size of your HVAC system is an important factor. An HVAC system that is too small will have to work harder to cool your home and will not be able to keep your space at a comfortable temperature. Even worse, your energy bills will likely increase. On the other hand, a unit that is too large may cool your home quickly, but will likely short cycle as a result. An HVAC system perfectly sized for your home will be efficient and provide optimal comfort.
What SEER Rating Do I Need?
All HVAC systems come with a SEER rating, which ultimately represents how efficient the system is. Put simply, an HVAC system with a higher SEER rating will be more efficient than an HVAC system with a lower rating. Although HVAC systems with a higher SEER rating are more expensive, these systems use less energy, and will save you money on your monthly energy bill. The SEER rating that is right for your will ultimately depend on a few factors, such as your budget and the size of your home.
What Service Plans Does Your Company Offer?
Your HVAC system is one of the biggest investments you’ll make for your home, so it’s important to invest in a quality service plan. A reputable HVAC company will typically offer some sort of service plan such as preventative maintenance. Preventative maintenance is an easy way to get the most of your HVAC system, and prolong the life of your investment, so be sure to ask about any service plans.
Contact Engineered Air for Fast Services
If you’re looking for a new HVAC system, Engineered Air can help you find the right system for your home. Give us a call today to learn more about sizing, SEER ratings and services plans, or schedule your appointment online.