Without a doubt, the most important part of your comfort system is its installation. You can have the most advanced, state-of-the art components, but if they’re just sitting there in boxes, they’re worthless.
Your HVAC contractor should follow the manufacturer-prescribed installation specifications, and use a quality control checklist to ensure that the installation process goes smoothly.
New home comfort systems can save you up to 60% in heating and cooling costs as compared to older and outdated systems. In fact, buying a new home comfort system can more than pay for itself in as little as five years - plus you can realize all the benefits of reliable, clean and comfortable indoor air.
What to look for in a home comfort system
When designing a home comfort system, it’s key to look for:
*Name brand, Energy Star equipment
* The latest technology
* Indoor air quality systems
* Zoning systems
* Proper ducting
Selecting a qualified contractor
When choosing a company to install your home comfort system, consider this:
*Reliable, experienced installation crews that use the latest equipment
*Factory-trained technicians who are EPA certified and specialize in high-efficiency heating and air conditioning systems
*Ongoing classroom and manufacturer training
*Employees who pass a thorough background and drug check
Before, during and after installation
When your home comfort system is being installed, insist on:
* Design, match and verify components to requirements
Covering and protecting your floors
*A thorough clean up during the job and at the end of each day
* Dial in and calibration of your new system
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