FAQs

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What is Zoning?

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By zoning, we mean a professionally installed zone control system consisting of a damper in the duct and thermostat for each room or zone of the house and wired into a central control panel that sequences each thermostat's call with the zone damper.

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What brands do you install?

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We install top brands in HVAC industry such as Carrier, Trane, American standard, Honeywell, Fantech, Rheem, Johnwood.

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What is the average life expectancy of a system?

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Most systems have a lifetime of 10 to 20 years. As your equipment gets older, its efficiency can decrease dramatically. You may notice that it gets noisier and needs repairs more often. When a unit begins to show its age, you have two choices -- You can overhaul the system or replace it. Because heating and cooling technologies improve over time, a new system designed with newer, more energy-efficient equipment makes sense, especially if your system is 7 or more years old.

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How often should I change my filter?

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Filters should be generally be checked every month and be replaced or cleaned if necessary. While changing the filter the arrow on filter should always point to furnace

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How do you determine what size of system a building will need?

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We are HVAC experts and will use the specifications we get from the building contractor you to determine the heat loss, air flow needs and calculate the energy requirements to size the system correctly for the building.

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Can I buy the system and just have you install it?

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Systems need to be properly designed for the space that they are going to service. If we’re going to take responsibility for the system, we need to be able to size it correctly.

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Will a bigger system perform better?

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No, you don't want your HVAC system  to be too large. An oversized furnace can warm the house quicker, but it uses more fuel and causes greater temperature swings in the home.

Air conditioners control the comfort level in your home by cooling the air and by removing humidity. An oversized air conditioner can cool your home faster, but it will use more energy and will not remove humidity adequately. In addition, your existing duct work may not be able to support the airflow of a larger system.

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How much will a new system cost?

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The costs vary widely depending scope of the project from new homes to just a replacement and customer budget. As an independent installation and service company we have access to a large variety of products to suit almost any situation.

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How often should I have my furnace serviced?

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We recommend a yearly inspection and tune up from qualified technician.