HVAC

HVAC

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Such a system is present in almost every living space, offices, homes, buildings, skyscrapers and more. It is designed to provide ideal temperature settings. Ventilation describes the process of changing and replacing air in a given space, by ventilating outside air filled with heat, dust moisture, odors, bacteria and smoke, the goal of this process is to provide cleaner and purer air.

The cooling and heating system requires a lot of energy to produce the right temperature thus, transitioning to a newer, stronger and greener system will require less energy to produce the desired outcome which results in a significant decrease on your utility bills, cleaner air, and less carbon production. It is recommended to change HVAC systems every 7 years.

HVAC stands for – Heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Such a system is present in almost every living space, offices, homes, buildings, skyscrapers and more. It is designed to provide ideal temperature settings. Ventilation describes the process of changing and replacing air in a given space, by ventilating outside air filled with heat, dust moisture, odors, bacteria and smoke, the goal of this process is to provide cleaner and purer air.

Adequate ventilation is essential in every property or establishment to maintain a healthy environment, prevent the build-up of excess levels of humidity, remove cooking smells, allergens, and other irritants to make your home more pleasant and a healthier place to live in, especially in California.

Regulating home temperature account for more than half of an annual energy bill usage for the average American household thus, the quality of your HVAC will significantly affect your utility bill and should be viewed as an investment making the transition to a newer, stronger and greener system, a more cost-effective option by requiring less energy to produce the desired outcome this results in a significant decrease in your utility bills, cleaner air, and less carbon production. It is recommended to change HVAC systems every 7 years.

Why is HVAC so important for California Homeowners?

In 2019 the American Lung Association has rated Los Angeles as the 1 most polluted city by Ozone, and other counties in California are all in the top 5 (out 288 metropolitan areas) in terms of daily and yearly pollution rates. This makes California the worst state to live in when it comes to the quality of air. The main cause is emissions from transportation and reoccurring wildfires, which are happening more frequently due to climate change and there no signs of this situation slowing down. These findings stress, even more, the need for a reliable and strong HVAC system in every home and business. 

What You Can Expect When Installing a New HVAC System

Improved air sealing. The system is designed to make sure we keep the air in and minimize the bleeding to as little as possible. This ensures that the system is not only super-efficient but also affordable. The sealing helps guarantee that the bills are going to remain as low as possible by securely sealing up the ducts and bypasses thus, maximizing the level of performance provided by your new HVAC. This will drastically reduce the energy required to maintain a comfortable climate. The HVAC provides the most proper source of ventilation which means cleaner air leading to better settings and more productivity in any given space.  

All HVAC systems come with product and labor warranties that guarantee a long life-shelf, using high quality and eco-friendly products which give you a beneficial ROI. If you are serious about making positive, healthy and financially beneficial changes to your property we are here to help you achieve your goals. 

Benefits:

Stronger system requires less energy​

Reduce carbon footprint

Reduce your electric bill

Better ventilation produces cleaner air

Easier to reach the desired temperature

Ultimate protection from air pollution

FAQ

HVAC system contain a lot of components that come into place in order to provide it’s an ultimate function. Some of those components include, furnace, ducts, sealing, and filters. Each of these components has a different function and furnace and filters, for example, are more prone to collect dust and ultimately cease to function. Replacing your HVAC system or some of its parts, help ensure the system continues to function and provide your property with clean air.

Generally speaking, a full HVAC system replacement will take around three days to complete; one day for the changeout, and two days to do the ductwork. More extensive ductwork might require three or four days. 

When choosing the right size of HVAC to install, a few considerations come into play, such as. ceiling height, construction, window size, and placement plus a dozen of other variables all need to be considered to properly size a heating and/or cooling system. A professionally conducted load calculation is the foundation of an effective system.

A powerful and reliable HVAC requires less energy than a standard heating and cooling system, in order to produce a perfect temperature for your home which make it more cost-effective decision. Replacing a unit that is 10- to 15-years-old may reduce natural gas or electricity costs by 30 to 50%.

When choosing the right system for your home we take into consideration the size and age of your home, as well as the number of rooms, climate, local and regional utility costs, and utility incentive/rebate programs are all factors that will affect the functionality and, therefore, selection of your system.

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