Though window units, cable heat, and other archaic heating and cooling equipment does have its charm, it is much better to upgrade your home to contained home HVAC systems to help save money, create more efficiency, and create a better all-around environment for your home.
One of the first and most important benefits of new home HVAC systems is a lowered heating and cooling bill each month. These systems are designed to be super-efficient, quiet, hard-working, and incredibly versatile for any size home. Most HVAC systems are contained in one unit, which means if there is ever a problem, there is far less to work on and to fix than with traditional heating and cooling systems. Most home HVAC systems are built to be quiet and compact to save space.
The first thing that homeowners need to worry about is the size of their living structure and what size unit is needed to handle the heating and cooling burden. Smaller units can safely and efficiently cool homes that are 1000 to 1500 square feet. These units are built to be self-sufficient, small, compact, and quiet. Larger units can cool homes upwards of 2000 square feet. When choosing your unit, it's important to talk to a professional about what models, brands, sizes, and other features you may be able to get so you're paired with the best possible unit.
Another thing to consider is placement of your unit. Most home HVAC systems are outside, so keeping them clean, well maintained, and sheltered from storms and other harsh weather is a sure bet when it comes to extending the life of your system.
Contact Carolina Comfort, Inc. to find the best possible heating and cooling units for your budget. Don't settle for thinking quality home HVAC systems are out of reach. Call one of our technicians today, and increase your comfort, safety, and your overall quality of life.