What if I don’t have an existing air conditioning system, can you install one?

Yes. If a system is being added to the home for the first time, it may require a complete retrofit or cut-in. The equipment will need to be properly sized according to the load calculations of the home or business. Equipment sizing is one of the most important issues when installing a new system. An air conditioning system that is too small will not be able to cool your house adequately. It will be overworked, use excessive electricity, run loudly, and be prone to premature failure. If your system is too big, it will not be as effective at dehumidifying, which will make your home feel hotter. Also, because oversized systems cycle on and off more frequently than they should, which can cause them to break down more often and you will need more frequent air conditioning troubleshooting.

Besides the equipment, the most significant component is ductwork. The ductwork needs to be properly sized and insulated to deliver the right amount of air to each room. The ductwork consists of supply and return ducting. The supply duct is attached to the outlet of the furnace or air handler and delivers air to individual areas throughout your home or office. Our installation specialist will determine the correct size ducting throughout the system. Call today or make an appointment online to talk to one of our installation specialist.

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