The primary concern when selecting an AC unit for your home is choosing one designed for the size of your home. Continue reading to learn how the experienced HVAC technicians at Certified Climate Control can provide you with accurate AC sizing for your new air conditioning installation in Orlando.ac – unit
The Importance of the Right AC Size
When your AC unit is too small for your home, it can run continuously, increase your energy bills, and struggle to keep your house at a comfortable temperature. On the other hand, an air conditioning unit that is too large for the size of your home will have to turn on and shut off frequently, a process that can wear down its parts prematurely. Also, oversized AC units often cause homes to feel clammy and can promote mold and mildew growth.
The Reasons Not to Rely on Your Current Unit for AC Sizing
Homeowners that are aware of the importance of AC size when it comes to properly and efficiently cooling their home may frequently expect that the HVAC technician will be able to easily determine the size of their current unit. Unfortunately, the currently installed unit may not be the appropriate size for your home. Additionally, even if it is the right size, the labels are often illegible by the time you need a replacement unit. Finally, the individual working on your HVAC installation may read the label incorrectly and select a unit to install that is not the correct size.
The CCC Method for Providing You With Accurate AC Sizing
CCC knows that choosing the right AC size for your home relies on more than square footage. Your home’s construction materials, shading, heat load, insulation, facing, and number of windows should all be factored in when calculating your new air conditioning unit’s size. Working with a company who will determine the appropriate size for your new AC unit is essential for helping ensure your family’s comfort, the unit’s energy efficiency, and the system’s long life. For these reasons, consider choosing Certified Climate Control for your new AC installation.