The Importance of Proper Load Calculation: Load calculation is the measure by which we determine the size of your new unit. It is a myth that oversizing an HVAC system increases efficiency. An oversized unit will short-cycle, engaging and disengaging more often than it should, which decreases its efficiency and shortens its lifespan. In contrast, an undersized unit will run more often than it should, which ultimately shortens its lifespan and increases your energy costs.
The Benefits of Multi-Stage HVAC: As opposed to traditional units that run at full capacity whenever they are engaged, multi-stage heating and air conditioning systems are capable of running at lower capacities when demand is lower. Especially in Spring and Autumn, when temperatures are mild, owners of multi-stage HVAC systems see significant savings in energy costs.
The Intricacies of Proper Thermostat Placement: It matters where your therm stat is placed. If your thermostat is in direct sunlight for a portion of the day, near a supply or return vent, or near large electronics (television, desktop, computer, etc.), your home may be unnecessarily uncomfortable and your HVAC system’s longevity may be threatened. Irregular temperature fluctuations near your thermostat may cause your system to short-cycle, which hurts your unit’s energy efficiency and lifespan.
The Benefits of Effective System Design: Proper airflow is vital to indoor air comfort. In order to design the most efficient and effective duct work system, we utilize state-of-the-art software that calculates the airflow CFM (cubic foot per minute) necessary to maximize your home’s By calculating the CFM in each room, we can customize duct work and supply and return vents to maximize your system’s airflow.
The Necessity of Regular and Proper HVAC Maintenance: Regular and proper HVAC maintenance will help lengthen the life of your system.