Things to Know When Buying A New Unit

edan November 26, 2012 6:22 am


So for whatever reason, it is time to say goodbye to your old HVAC unit, whether it’s a central air conditioning or a heating furnace. Let’s discuss some things that are important to be aware of when purchasing any new HVAC equipment. When you purchase a new unit, chances are the technology that is available now may be a slightly more expensive in terms of intial costs than your old unit, but rest assured with the advances in technology, this cost will be offset by saving offered by the new technologies increased operating efficiency.  Also some companies will offer rebates based on certain “Green” technologies that are much better for the environment. Advances in heating and cooling manufacturing process have made air conditioning units, not only more efficient but also more powerful while not necessarily having to be as bulky and large as older models.

It is extremely vital that you pick a unit that fits your heating and cooling needs, as some unit may not be the most efficient method of controlling your home’s temperature. Some units may be better suited for your family based on allergies or other health needs, as some HVAC equipment is manufactured with air quality in mind. If improving indoor air quality is indeed a priority that is something you should make your HVAC contractor aware of. Similarly if operating costs and efficiency are your main priority there are many different units and technologies that get you the best return on your investment.

After picking out the unit that is right for your needs, it is essential to make sure that you have your HVAX system installed by a qualified contractor, that is going to follow all regulations, building codes, and ensure a safe and quality install. At the end of the day, quality air conditioning equipment is going to ensure that you are able to maintain a comfortable and healthy home environment, so hopefully this article will help you to do just that.

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