Keeping your home at a comfortable temperature throughout the year requires proper HVAC maintenance. However, in some cases, maintenance isn’t enough. Your heating and cooling unit may have to be replaced with a better unit. Getting a free estimate from a professional technician is an excellent place to start if you are thinking of replacing your HVAC system.
HVAC companies offer homeowners on-site estimates for installing new heating and cooling systems. There are companies that offer free estimates over the phone, but this is often done through guesswork. On-site evaluations are still the most reliable manner of determining the accurate pricing for HVAC installation.
A free estimate helps you understand the benefits of replacing your HVAC system. New heating and cooling systems are often more energy-efficient, which means you will be saving on your utility bills. During a free estimate, a technician will share with you all of the information that you need to know to make an informed decision.
Purchasing a new HVAC without consulting a professional technician can lead to several problems. Multiples variables are involved when installing a new HVAC, such as the size of the unit, as well as structural upgrades including ductwork, code compliance, and more.
If you purchase an HVAC of the wrong size, your energy consumption will more than double. A small HVAC unit will have to work harder to heat or cool a large room. Too large of an HVAC system will cause expensive, unnecessary repairs later on. To save on your utility bills, it is crucial to find the right size to provide the right amount of comfort in your home.
You also have to consider other variables such as sunlight, heat loss, and much more. Does the room have plenty of windows? Is your home better-suited for centralized air? Since not all homes are the same, you will need an expert’s opinion to determine which HVAC size, model, and type is the proper fit for your property.
HVAC companies often provide free estimates on several services, such as:
Technicians can help you choose among traditional, ductless, electric, and other heating/cooling systems. They will also identify the right-sized unit for your home.
The efficiency of your HVAC can be significantly impacted by your attic. Free inspections include a thorough inspection of the attic to check its insulation and ventilation. Following the inspection, the technicians will be able to provide recommendations to ensure that your HVAC system is always working at optimum efficiency.
Inspecting your home’s ductwork helps technicians identify issues related to mold, infestations, leaks, dust, and more, that could affect the performance of the HVAC.
If your heating and cooling system requires replacement, reach out to your local HVAC company. They can explain to you the benefits of installing a new HVAC unit, as well as offer the most accurate pricing for the costs for installation.