Now is the ideal to schedule Air Conditioning Installation in Boise, Idaho. The hot summer days haven’t arrived yet, so it’s easier to schedule a time that fits your schedule. However, before getting started, there are a few steps to deal with.
Even if the current AC system has appeared to cool the home well, it pays to evaluate your home’s actual needs before simply upgrading. In the past, installers tended to install units that were too large. On the surface, that appears to be logical, but it isn’t a good idea. Units that are too large tend to cycle too frequently, which wastes energy and causes excessive wear on the equipment.
On the other end of the spectrum, an AC system that’s too small will run constantly in an attempt to cool the home. That situation is common in homes with additions constructed after the AC was installed. We carefully review your home’s needs prior to recommending a new AC system.
When you’re considering an air conditioning installation in Boise, it may be time to look at options that might make more sense for your home. When working with clients, we look at the total picture when making recommendations.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint, we suggest high-efficiency options that are designed to cool your home without using a lot of power. Of course, reducing your carbon footprint also reduces your monthly utility bill.
In some cases, there are entirely different systems available that might produce better cooling for your home. Ask our team members to explain alternative AC systems that may work better in your home.
Central AC systems use a network of ducts to deliver cooled air to various parts of a home. While it’s generally possible to use the same duct system when upgrading, there are times when we’ll suggest new ducts or replacing some parts of the existing system.
Changes are recommended when the existing system provides an uneven distribution that leaves some rooms of the home too cold and other areas too warm. That’s especially true if addition has been constructed since the existing AC system was installed.
If there is no ductwork installed, it’s still possible to provide quality cooling for your home. Split systems allow AC to be installed without running new ducts. That’s a big advantage for some homes where putting in new ducts would be prohibitively expensive.
When the existing ducts will be reused, it’s still a good idea to have our technicians examine those ducts to identify problems that need to be addressed. Industry experts report that, on average, roughly 20 to 30 percent of heated or cooled air is lost through leaky ductwork. We can make sure your ducts won’t be wasting that cooled air you’re paying for.
The EPA views indoor air quality as a major issue for homeowners. In the past, home construction allowed drafts, and that meant a home’s indoor air was exchanged often. That’s no longer true, as modern homes now tend to be virtually free of drafts. A tight home means the same, stale air is held in the building for long periods of time.
However, there are ways to make sure your home’s indoor air quality is at a healthy level. We have several ways to make that happen. If anyone in your family is suffering from a respiratory illness, now is the time to look at ways to improve your home’s indoor air quality. It’s easy to do at the same time we’re updating your AC unit.
Yes, we realize your budget may be tight. That’s why we work so closely with all our clients to make sure their AC system is always working at peak efficiency. If it’s time to replace a system, ask us about the different financing options we recommend.
Hot summer days are right around the corner, so now is the time to deal with any AC problems you’re experiencing. Don’t wait until the last minute. For more information or to schedule an evaluation of your home’s AC needs, contact our team today.
Our highly professional staff is selected based on their commitment to exceptional customer service and personal integrity. All of our employees are required to pass drug tests and background checks. I make sure that I am comfortable with them in my home with my wife and kids before I let them in yours. And after all of this I train them. Each of our employees continuously undergoes extensive training. Our industry is rapidly evolving and service technicians these days are constantly on the cutting edge of science.