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That’s right, we’re bloggers. Each week we’ll be back with a new post discussing the latest industry news or offering you tips to get the most out of your home’s heating and air conditioning systems. Our posts will also answer some common HVAC troubleshooting questions, as well as outline new ways that McCall’s Supply can help your business succeed.

    Jun 14, 2017

    posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.

    3 Qualities Your HVAC System Should Always Have

    3 Qualities Your HVAC System Should Always Have

    Any HVAC company needs to be ready to answer a multitude of general HVAC service questions. They come from customers face-to-face, over the phone and via social media. One of the most common general HVAC service questions is about the qualities an HVAC system should always have. To make it easy for you, we have a created a list of the non-negotiable qualities of every HVAC system.

    Top Energy Efficiency

    Energy efficiency is a major concern for most consumers today. It is not only about saving on energy costs, but also about being environmentally-friendly. The SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the number you need to know. Depending on where you live, a system with a minimum rating of 13 or 14 is a requirement. However, systems with a ranking of up to 25 are available. The higher the SEER rating, the more energy-efficient it is.

    Quality Coil Types Suited to Where You Live

    The coils are an integral part of your outside unit. Quality units have coils and fins made up of a single metal, such as aluminum or copper. This will help the unit maintain its efficiency levels and last longer. If you live near the ocean, coils with special coatings are necessary.

    Optimal Ductwork

    The ductwork must be in good shape, without leaks, and be the correct size and type for the home. The recommended ductwork is always externally-insulated round ducts. Long stretches of flexible ducts are the least efficient.

    Reach out to our team at McCall’s today to get answers to all your general HVAC service questions.

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