Why Professional Installation Matters
When dealing with a whole–house air conditioning system there is a lot more to consider than just where it’s going. Is the system properly sized and fitted for your specific home and needs? Sizing is more than just assessing the square footage, our professionals do a calculation depending on the number of windows and doors in your home, the type of insulation you have in your home, and even how high your ceilings are.
Is your air conditioning system going to be using ductwork to distribute conditioned air? If so, those ducts must be properly sized and professionally designed for optimal air flow. Correct air pressure must be calculated and provided, and the ducts must be properly sealed, connected and insulated to minimize potential energy loss associated with poorly designed and installed ductwork.
Your Cooling System Options
There are a number of options to choose from when selecting a new central air conditioner. For instance, if you already have a traditional central air conditioner, you may want to stick with an upgraded version of the same system. However, even if you’re looking into air conditioning replacement, this isn’t your only option.
You’d do well to consider a zone control system to split your home into different heating and cooling areas, or take it a step further with heat pump system that can be used for both heating and cooling throughout your Andover, MN home. Heat pumps do not consume fuel to create energy, but rather transfer existing heat from the air, or ground if you’re considering a geothermal system installation.
Call Our Team for Your AC Installation or Replacement
Modern air conditioners are able to give you the cooling power you need teamed with the energy efficiency you want. When you’re looking for a new air conditioner for installation in your Andover, MN home, consider the energy efficiency rating it has earned. Even standard cooling options such as central forced air systems have made great improvements in the energy efficiency with which they operate. If you’re looking to go the extra mile, ask our team about sustainable home cooling options such as geothermal heat pumps.
Rather than consume a fuel such as electricity or gas to cool air, geothermal heat pumps transfer warm air out of your home. These innovative devices not only help keep you comfortable but can also potentially save you money in decreased cooling costs while doing so. Call us to learn more and to get help making an educated decision about what air conditioner is best for your household.