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Choosing the Right Heating & Air System
Identify all the things you would like to improve on from your current system. Some contractors will ask you these questions, but some may not. If you educate yourself on what you'd like your system to do for your home, you will be happier in the long run.
Expert Advice for Selecting the Best HVAC System.
There are two important considerations when selecting the system to best fit your needs:
Hire a skilled contractor. With central heating and air, product performance and reliability greatly depend on the contractor's ability to design and install a system suited for your home.
Think about what you want. Because heating and cooling purchases don't happen very often, you may not be up to speed on the latest solutions for common indoor problems. Now's the time to speak up if you'd like to save energy, lower utility costs, correct hot and cold spots or fix a host of other problems.
A heating and air purchase is a 16-20 year commitment, so now is the time to get the system that will satisfy your family's needs. You can do this by reviewing the questions below.
Do you want to lower your energy bills?
Would you like to reduce the amount of hot and cold spots in your home?
Do you want to control temperature by room?
Does anyone in your family have allergies?
Is it too humid in your home?
Does it get too dry in the home?
Is dust a problem in your home?
Do you have pets and the resulting dust and dander?