Heating and cooling system FAQs

Why is the ENERGY STAR label important?

If your appliance sports the ENERGY STAR label, it means that you chose a product that is both non-polluting and energy-efficient. Your utility bills can be reduced significantly if you look for products that have the ENERGY STAR label.

What is the lifespan of a central air-conditioning unit?

Central air conditioners typically last up to 15 years, but if your system is starting to break down more frequently, you should start canvassing for replacements. Instead of buying expensive substitute component parts, you can check if it’s wiser to just purchase a brand-new, more energy-efficient unit.

What factors should I consider to decide the right size installation?

A system that is either too large or too small can affect the level of comfort you have in your home. The size of the structure to be cooled or heated is a major factor, but there are other things you should consider like type and size of the windows, house orientation, insulation and basement and attic conditions.

Where should I place my central air-conditioner?

Make sure that your air conditioner’s outside compressor is in a shaded area but keep it away from shrubs or other materials that may block the vent. Your air conditioner has to stay cool to function properly, and emitting waste heat is vital to its performance.

Why do I need to contact a professional HVAC service contractor?

You can certainly performing simple repairs and maintenance work on your heating and cooling units, but you also have to have them checked by a professional technician regularly for safety reasons. Some HVAC issues require immediate and thorough servicing that only a professional can perform.


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