Like other appliances in your home, your HVAC system won’t last forever, and one day you’ll need to replace it. When that time comes, you want to make sure you get the best new system for your home. Doing your research and asking your contractor the right questions can help you do this.
Here are the key questions to ask when purchasing new heating or air conditioning equipment.
What’s the Best Method to Heat and Cool My Home?
Various factors can affect the best heating and cooling solutions for your home, such as the climate in your area, the size of your home and your personal preferences. For example, those who reside in the North could benefit from a matched furnace and air conditioning system. On the other hand, if you’re from the South, a heat pump may be a better heating and cooling option.
What Size of HVAC System Do I Need?
To make the most of your investment and avoid higher energy costs, your HVAC system must be the right size for your home. A system that’s too big will consume excessive amounts of energy, while one that’s too small won’t meet your heating and cooling demands. An experienced heating and air conditioning service provider can help determine the ideal equipment size to meet the needs of your home.
Are There New Technologies I Should Consider?
Another thing you should ask your HVAC contractor is whether there are new technologies or accessories you should consider, such as a digital or smart thermostat or a ductless system.
Should I Be Worried About My Indoor Air Quality?
Maintaining good indoor air quality is especially important if someone in the family suffers from asthma or allergies. It’s the same for those with pets. At J&M, we offer a wide range of indoor air quality products, helping kill bacteria, germs, pollutants and allergens.
For your heating and air conditioning needs, turn to J&M. Give us a call at (951) 654 3464 (San Jacinto) or (760) 253-9631 (Palm Desert). You may also fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment. We serve clients in Hemet, CA, and nearby communities.