Your home’s HVAC system plays a vital role in keeping your home comfortable throughout every season, especially during the winter and summer months. As such, you want to ensure that your HVAC unit is running smoothly and efficiently. However, there will come a time when it will no longer function, no matter how much you try to repair or maintain it. This is the time that you’ll need to call for HVAC and air conditioner replacement services.
In today’s blog, Cooper Brothers Inc, the top HVAC installation company, shares the things you can expect during an HVAC replacement project.
Before you get a new HVAC unit, your HVAC company will do a thorough assessment of your home that includes a Manual J load calculation to find the right HVAC size for your home. They’ll also assess your ductwork, crawl space, attic, doors and windows, since these components play a factor in ensuring that you’re getting the best HVAC unit for your home. Some of the warning signs you should look out for during this process are if your HVAC professional doesn’t ask a lot of questions and uses deceptive marketing tactics to influence your decision.
During the Installation
Once your HVAC and AC repair specialist comes in, they should protect your flooring and move your furniture to a secure location so that it won’t get damaged during the course of the project. Older HVAC units such as your furnace, heat pump and AC unit will be carefully disconnected and removed from your home. Keep in mind that a quality HVAC installer will install them according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
After the installation process is complete, your HVAC contractor will test to make sure the new unit is running smoothly and that all connections are secure. Once they ensure that everything is in order, they should guide you through the basic operation of the HVAC unit, as well as give you tips on how to maintain it and how to do basic repairs.
Cooper Brothers, Inc. is the top air conditioner repair expert you can count on for the highest quality service. Our service areas include the cities in and around San Jose, CA. Call us today at (408) 649-2008 or fill out this contact form to schedule your consultation.