If you’re considering an A/C upgrade in your Kansas area home, you have probably been looking at many different options. One of the most important decisions you can make when investing in an A/C upgrade is choosing to use an HVAC contractor to help you get the most efficient and appropriate system for your needs.
From the beginning, an HVAC contractor can assist you in making the best A/C choices. A new air conditioner is an investment, and you want to get the best one available for your budget. A major consideration is size. With modern advancements in A/C technology, smaller units can be used to cool the same space that used to require much larger units. An HVAC contractor can measure the square footage of your house and also calculate how the layout of the house, insulation coverage and various other factors will affect your cooling needs. By getting a correctly sized unit, you will end up saving money over time. Units that are too large or too small will increase operating cost and negatively affect the performance of the cooling system.
Once you have selected the right cooling system for your needs, a professional and reliable HVAC contractor will be responsible for a properly installed system and its ability to perform as it were designed. Proper installation of a cooling system is as important as the selection of the “right” equipment for your home..
After the installation of your cooling system, you’ll want your new unit to last as long as possible. Most HVAC contractors offer warranties on their products and labor for up to 10 years. The peace of mind that comes from having knowledgeable repair professionals to keep your cooling system running smoothly is just as valuable as the lower utility bills you see when your cooling system is in perfect working order.
For expert advice on A/C upgrades and all other HVAC matters in the Greater Kansas City and Kansas area, contact Overland Park Heating & Cooling.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about air conditioner upgrades and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.