Your HVAC system is only as good as the installation itself. After all, no matter how well-built and efficient your HVAC system, you won’t be able to enjoy its benefits if it’s installed incorrectly. The heating and air conditioning repair experts at AAA Air Conditioning, Inc. shares the reasons why the quality of your installation matters.
Prolonged HVAC Service Life — A properly-installed HVAC system is less likely to fail. Installation involves more than just fitting the HVAC system onto the ductwork, or mounting it on a window. A trained HVAC technician will tweak the HVAC system’s settings to make sure it complies with the manufacturer’s specifications and meets your home’s heating and cooling requirements. This means your HVAC system is much less likely to fail, and may even continue to operate beyond its expected life span.
Consistent Indoor Comfort — No two HVAC systems are alike. Ductwork, fans, air conditioners, heaters–all of these need to be properly sized and installed to ensure consistent temperatures throughout the house. Combined with proper home insulation, you can expect ultimate comfort in your home, no matter the time of the year.
Fewer Occurrences of Unplanned Repairs — Nobody wants their HVAC system breaking down when they least expect it. In addition to the repair costs and time spent waiting for a heating repairman, the downtime can make it unbearable to stay indoors—particularly if this happens in the middle of the summer season.
Quieter Operation — You know your HVAC system is working perfectly when you barely even notice that it’s running. Improper connections, leaks and incorrect placement are a few of the most common causes of HVAC operational noise. An experienced HVAC technician knows how to make sure all connections are secure, as well as how to properly place the unit so it doesn’t rumble like a washing machine when in use.
An Intact Warranty — Improper installation may void or diminish your warranty coverage, which only makes sense as manufacturers cannot guarantee proper operation unless the HVAC system is installed as intended. Don’t risk your warranty coverage–stick with a manufacturer-certified HVAC technician.