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Questions You Might Have About Your New HVAC System

May 10, 2013

Getting your new HVAC system should be a pretty straightforward business, right? All you really have to do is make a call and wait for someone to show up and install it…but wait. It can actually be very beneficial to consider all the various elements of an HVAC system, whether it’s for your home or your business. Here are some answers to questions you might have about getting a new HVAC system.

How much will it cost to install my new HVAC system?

Well, that depends completely on the building, but as it turns out, you also have options. Our experts at Mathers Mechanical will help you make all the decisions as far as figuring out which system will be right for you and your home, and at the same time, the most cost-effective option.

How big should my new HVAC system be?

When it comes to heating and cooling your home, office building, or other space, “bigger is better” does not necessarily apply. What you are looking for, as it turns out, is an HVAC system that will optimize the heating and cooling of your space. If the system is too small, then getting your space to the right temperature will take too long and the HVAC system won’t stop running no matter what the outside temperature. Too big? The temperature won’t be very comfortable because the system will stop and restart much too frequently.

What other factors should I consider when having a new HVAC system installed?

Luckily, the technicians at Mathers Mechanical will be right there with you to professionally assess the heating and cooling needs of your space. This doesn’t just include the size of your home or building… it also has a lot to do with factors such as the number of rooms, your insulation system, how big your windows are, and more. But don’t worry – Mathers Mechanical has you covered.

How can I optimize energy efficiency while still saving money?

For some information on energy efficiency, check out the EPA guidelines for HVAC systems. To sum it up: it makes the most sense, in most cases, to cover as many rooms as possible with the same HVAC system. At Mathers Mechanical, we’ll work with you to figure out how to make your HVAC system run as efficiently as possible for both energy and cost.

Don’t wait – get your new HVAC system installed this month by Mathers Mechanical!

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