Purchasing a new AC system can be an exciting investment. With the new system comes cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter, yes, but it will also bring lower electricity bills and higher energy efficiency. However, there are a few key questions you should ask before buying a new system to make sure that it’s the best one for you.
How Big Should The New System Be?
An AC that’s too small won’t be able to cool your home enough, and a system that’s too big will cause problems later on due to faster wear and tear. Having a professional properly size your AC to your home’s needs is crucial. Champion AC & Plumbing sizes your AC before you buy it so that you know your new system is the right size.
What Are The System’s Efficiency and Technological Capabilities?
Aside from proper sizing, an AC that meets your efficiency and technology needs is important. If you want a more efficient AC, don’t settle for a system with a lower SEER rating. Discuss efficiency and technology options with your AC company to find a system with all of the features you want.
Who Will Be Installing The System?
HVAC installation isn’t an easy job and should never be done by unskilled workers. If the workers aren’t certified technicians, they may not have the proper skills for the job. Champion AC & Plumbing only hires technicians with the proper experience and certifications to do the job right the first time.
What Is The Total Cost of Installation?
Purchasing a new AC is already a big investment without labor and other extra costs. Ask your AC company what the total cost of installation will be, including labor and any other extra components (air quality, thermostat, etc.). Make sure to leave room in your budget for unforeseen complications, like fixing air ducts, as well.
When it comes to your next AC install, Austin residents trust Champion AC & Plumbing for the job. Our top priority is providing you with energy-efficient, quality HVAC solutions at an affordable rate.
Contact us today to schedule AC installation or other HVAC services.