The proper size HVAC system depends on a number of factors. Bigger is not necessarily better. The bigger the unit, the more energy it consumes, if the unit is undersized then it will need to work much harder and will not produce enough air. It is very important that you have the correct size unit for your application
Refrigeration is an ever evolving technology with far reaching consequences and impacts. For example, when you install new HVAC systems they are hopefully going to last 15- 20 years. If the refrigerant that system uses becomes obsolete there is no way to add refrigerant and can affect repairs later on. One refrigerant cannot just be used in the place of another. An existing system would need to be retrofitted to accept a different refrigerant. The cost to retrofit can often be cost prohibitive.
There are many uses for refrigerants both commercially and residentially and the EPA classifies and regulates them by their usage and classification.
Air Doctor Heating and Air appreciates referrals from customers. We have a special thank you for any new customer referrals which result in a new system installation. We not only thank you, we give you a $50 gift certificate for any and every referral that purchases a new system! There is no limit, so send us a referral for anyone you know needing a new HVAC system.
Your HVAC System is a system that manages airflow in your home. To simplify the operation, the system takes in air, warms or cools it and then redistributes it around your home to maintain the desired temperature. Of course, there is much more to it. As the air is brought into the system, it is filtered to remove contaminants and debris.
Residential HVAC systems require unobstructed airflow in order to operate properly.
Believe it or not, house plants can help improve the air quality in your home. Plants have a natural ability to purify our air. Their process of photosynthesis enables them to absorb light, and gasses such as carbon dioxide and use them to fuel their growth. As a bi-product they produce oxygen.