FAQ

Here’s a list of common questions asked by our clients. If you need more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

What will be involved in taking the old system out?

Many different parts of the HVAC system will be inspected when the employee comes out to replace the unit or perform the pre-replacement inspection for a quote

Is sound an issue for heating and air conditioning?

Yes. Loud heating and cooling equipment contribute to sound pollution. Although no financial savings are tied to lower sound levels, the sound rating of a cooling system can have a considerable effect on comfort and enjoyment of your home. The sound level of an air conditioner or heat pump depends on a variety of factors, such as the age and make of the unit, and whether the compressor is insulated or not can contribute to the amount of noise it makes.

What happens when the new HVAC system is installed?

It depends on whether or not this is the first HVAC system the house has had. If this is the first system, some items that may be needed include wires, ductwork, and chimney lining.

Will commercial HVAC systems stop mold growth?

HVAC systems can stop unhealthy mold growth if it performs efficiently. All you have to do is to keep indoor humidity low to prevent mold growth. They dehumidify, ventilate and filter the air. Their smooth operation is vital to the health of employees and customers

Why is HVAC preventative maintenance important?  

All mechanical equipments are designed to operate within certain limits. Having your HVAC system undergo preventive maintenance or service on a regular basis is very important because it will help the equipments to function properly and that extensive and costly repairs can be prevented.

Do heating and air conditioning systems really need regular maintenance?

The simple answer is yes. Regular maintenance services and tune-ups can extend the lifespan of your system, increase its working efficiency, and allow technicians the opportunity to catch and address minor issues before they become major problems. This ultimately saves you money in the long-run, not to mention time and stress. When it comes to maintaining your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, making sure there is an unrestricted air flow is the most important.

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