There’s a lot that goes into properly installing an HVAC system. One simple mistake can lead to costly repairs and higher energy expenses. It’s imperative that a trained HVAC specialist install your system. It’s also important to have the contractor perform regular maintenance to extend the system’s lifespan. After a proper HVAC installation, you can expect to enjoy optimal comfort levels in your Punta Gorda, Florida, home.

Prepare for Sudden Changes

Your installer will take numerous things into account before performing the HVAC installation. They’ll access your home’s structure and evaluate which system would work best in it. You might need to extend your home’s ductwork or upgrade its electrical wiring. Listen with an open ear and prepare yourself for any sudden changes that your installer might recommend. You’ll likely benefit from them in the long term.

Invest in HVAC Maintenance

The most important thing you need to know is that your system will require regular maintenance after the HVAC installation. Therefore, you’ll need to change the air filter every month to improve airflow, which increase efficiency and decreases energy expenses. It also improves indoor air quality, which is particularly important if you or someone residing in the home suffers from allergies or asthma. You’ll also need to hire an HVAC contractor to clean the air ducts. Any obstructions in the air ducts will impede airflow and increase energy expenses.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

After the HVAC installation, consider upgrading to a programmable thermostat. If you don’t use a programmable thermostat, you’ll miss out on extreme energy savings. With this in mind, make sure your new HVAC system is compatible with a programmable thermostat. Ideally, it’ll also be WiFi-connected, which will allow you to remotely control the temperature in your home from your smartphone.

Executive Cooling & Heating specializes in a variety of quality HVAC services. Contact us at 941-210-5733 to learn more about what it takes to complete a high-quality HVAC installation that assures supreme comfort for years to come.

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