3 Questions You Should Ask Before Selecting a New HVAC

Are you in the market for a new HVAC system? Whether you’re upgrading an old unit for an existing home or buying a new one for a new home, don’t do anything until you read this. Here are three questions you must ask before deciding on what HVAC equipment to buy.

Question #1: What Size HVAC System is Right for My Home?

When it comes to heating and cooling equipment, size is one of the most important factors. If you choose one that’s too big, it will cycle on and off to keep your house at the right temperature. If you choose one that’s too small, it will work overtime to do the same. Either way, you will lose valuable energy efficiency and sacrifice consistent temperatures in your home.

Question #2: What Type of System is Best for My Needs?

There are a variety of options when it comes to heating and cooling systems. There’s central forced air, ductless split, geothermal, zoned, and packaged systems. The one that’s right for your home will depend on many factors, including whether or not you already have ductwork and the size of your home. Your HVAC technician can help you make the best choice for your home and your family.

Question #3: How Much Will It Cost?

The cost of purchasing and installing a heating and air conditioning system can vary depending on the size, the brand, and the complexity of the installation. Your HVAC company can evaluate your needs and give you a free estimate for you to consider.

The best place to start when it’s time for a new HVAC is by contacting your local McCall’s dealer for all the information you need.