We all know how important it is to have a great air conditioning system installed in our homes. The summer weather around here is just far too hot, for far too much of the year, to take any chances with the quality of our air conditioners. What some homeowners may fail to realize, though, is just how important the quality of their air conditioning installation in West Palm Beach, FL really is.
Even the best air conditioning system will fail to impress if it is not installed by a skilled, trained professional. Below you’ll find some information regarding the impact, positive or negative, that your air conditioning installation can have on the overall performance of your system. If you are ready to schedule an outstanding air conditioning installation for your home, give Envirotech Air Quality Services a call today.
- System Selection: While it may sound obvious, the very first step in ensuring that your new AC installation suits your needs is to choose your air conditioning system very carefully. If your system of choice winds up being a poor fit for your cooling habits and preferences, then there is just no way in which you can hope to use it with complete satisfaction. Our staff is happy to help you thoroughly explore your home cooling options.
- System Design: This is a major aspect of any air conditioning installation, and one that can really lead your air conditioner down the wrong path if not expertly handled. From the placement of ductless blowers to the design of complex air ducts and every connection within the system, there is a whole lot to consider when designing a whole-house AC setup. The technicians doing the work must have the experience and knowledge required to ensure that the job is done right from start to finish. Otherwise, cooling your home evenly, effectively, and efficiently may be nigh impossible.
- System Sizing: While you may think that a bigger air conditioner is inherently more capable of cooling a home successfully, this is really not the case. While you certainly don’t want an air conditioner that is too small installed in your home, the fact is that an oversized system is really no better. You will pay for a cooling capacity that you simply do not need, and your system will cycle on and off more frequently than it should have to. This leads to excessive wear and tear, as well as unnecessary energy consumption.