Are you moving into a new home and need an HVAC system installed? Is your old air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump simply not cutting it anymore? When you’re in need of HVAC installation, you can’t risk trusting an inexperienced technician with your service. A poor installation can lead to a number of problems in the future and potentially a system breakdown.
If you’re looking for a trustworthy HVAC installation in Russellville or anywhere in surrounding Pope County areas, look no further than our team at Precision Heating & Air.
To schedule HVAC installation in Conway or the surrounding areas in Faulkner , give us a call at 479-641-0058 or contact us online today!
Our HVAC Installation Services in pope County
You shouldn’t trust just anyone with your HVAC installation. There are a number of factors that need to be considered when performing a successful installation. Those include proper equipment sizing, proper air flow, proper AC refrigerant charge, and your home’s ductwork.
PROPER EQUIPMENT SIZING
- Oversized air conditioning equipment will increase energy usage, causing higher electric bills.
- Oversized cooling will make you feel cold and clammy.
- Oversized air conditioning equipment will have frequent maintenance problems and a shorter life expectancy, causing expensive repairs and replacements.
PROPER AIR FLOW
- Poor air flow causes up to a 10 percent increase in operating costs.
- Poor air flow reduces a furnace heat exchanger life. Increasing your chance of a carbon monoxide leak.
- Inadequate airflow results in poor comfort control.
- Inadequate airflow causes lower indoor air quality.
PROPER AIR CONDITIONER REFRIGERANT CHARGE
- About 40 percent of all systems have an improper refrigerant charge.
- Our Performance Evaluation Computer gets your refrigerant charge perfect every time.
YOUR HOME’S DUCTWORK
- Leaks in the return ducts often bring in unfiltered and unconditioned air from attics, garages, and crawl spaces.
- The typical home loses 35 percent of the systems cooling and heating capacity from duct leakage. Proper sealing and insulating can cut the losses in half.