A suitable time will be scheduled for your heating and/or cooling installation to take place. At this time, your installer will deliver your new system, remove the old, install your new Comfort System and, finally, conduct an audit to ensure optimal operation. Throughout the project, your installer will maintain a safe work site and ensure a thorough cleanup, including the responsible disposal of your existing unit.
When thinking about energy efficiency, one of the most important decisions to be made regarding a new
home is the type of heating and cooling system to install. Equally critical to consider is the selection of
the heating and cooling contractor. The operating efficiency of a system depends as much on proper
installation as it does on the performance rating of the equipment.
How efficient is your HVAC unit? According to a recent NIST study, you could spend 30 percent more heating and cooling your home or business if an HVAC system isn’t properly installed.So how do you make sure an HVAC system is properly installed the first time? The NIST report recommends following industry-standard guidelines for heating and cooling—buying bigger than you need doesn’t increase efficiency, and buying smaller than required won’t save money.
In addition, it’s important to use a licensed, experienced and educated installer to handle any HVAC install or maintenance.