As your friend and neighbor, Hely Heating & Air Conditioning is dedicated to ensuring that your St. Louis home’s AC system is keeping you cool.
With summertime approaching quickly, it might be time to perform your regular maintenance and to make sure that everything around your house is running as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Although many people don’t make a call for a HVAC contractor until there is an emergency, a good HVAC technician can help make your home more efficient and cost effective in many ways. To maximize your energy output and to minimize the things that can go wrong with your HVAC units, consider these other services and products that might be of help.
By doing heat-loss calculations, you can figure out the British thermal unit (BTU) capacity needed to cool or heat your home. The calculation is based on factors such as the amount and type of insulation in your home, including in the attic and other spaces. It also includes where windows and doors are located. The heat-loss calculation is an excellent way to determine the size of the HVAC system that will run the best and not lead to waste or excessive wear and tear.
Energy Efficiency Advice
If you want to ensure that your home is as energy efficient as possible, it is good to have an HVAC professional provide you the advice you need to make sure that you are appropriately using your HVAC system do the maximum amount of work. Deciding what to buy, what type of unit to purchase and where to place it are all things that your HVAC professional can guide you through.
To save costs, an HVAC expert should help give you tips and tricks about how to cut costs by doing things like varying your thermostat, installing the latest gadgets to increase energy efficiency and separating fact from fiction when it comes to what things really help reduce costs and which do not.
The Right Equipment
To make sure that you have a properly sized system and that it is the most efficient, you will want to have an HVAC professional recommend the best equipment in the industry for your specific needs. They can ensure that you are not only getting the best size and manufacturer for your needs and lifestyle, but also that you are using the right equipment like central air, heat pump, or other type of system to keep things how you like them and to minimize costs.
An HVAC professional should be able to calculate how much you will have to pay monthly in heating and cooling if you opt to go with their recommendations. By presenting you with different types of systems, manufacturers and types of units, an HVAC professional can compare and contrast which system is right for you.
St. Louis HVAC Contractors
HVAC contractors do much more than just come out when you have an emergency. Offering you a wealth of knowledge, HVAC technicians can give you the tools you need to make your home as energy efficient as possible. You can really do a lot to cut costs and to extend the life of your HVAC system. Don’t hesitate to ask how.
As your friend and neighbor, Hely Heating & Air Conditioning is dedicated to ensuring that your St. Louis home’s A/C system is keeping you cool, even during those sweltering summer days.