System Installation In Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, AZ and Valley Wide
Installing a new HVAC system (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) in your home is no simple task. The first step is figuring out what size unit you need, based on the size and type of building you’re dealing with. If you choose something too small for your home or business, the unit can work overtime trying to regulate the temperature for the entire space and end up costing extra because it’s running inefficiently. On the flip side, if you pick something too big, you’ll waste money as well because it uses more electricity, starts and stops more frequently, and may prematurely wear out the unit. The federal government has standards for “seasonal energy-efficiency rating” that HVAC systems must adhere to. The higher the rating, the more efficient the unit.
At Norris Air, we offer a wide variety of systems, including package and split systems. Though some of these companies have more name-brand recognition than others, each has its different strengths, and we work with you to figure out the best option for your home’s layout and needs and then get to work setting things up.
The system you choose is also based on the type of power you’re planning to use to run the furnace. You can use electricity, gas, or oil (though that latter option isn’t particularly popular these days). Next, you’ll consider where the unit should be placed. It can be fairly large, so you’ll want to mull over whether you should keep it outside, and if so, where. It is going to make some noise, so the technician takes that into account. They’ll also keep airflow restrictions in mind because that could impact the system’s efficiency.
While installing the new HVAC system, we may notify your ductwork isn’t up to par. The air ducts deliver treated air through the home, then return untreated air back into the system. If the air ducts are dirty, they pump those toxins out into the air you breathe. If they’re damaged, your HVAC system works harder to get the air where it needs to be. Over time, that can damage and even break the system.
If you don’t have ducts, that’s fine for the lower floor. We connect the outside condenser to the inside fan-and-coil system through pipes that blend in with your gutters. However, you’ll need ducts to get the air up to the upper levels. We install a thermostat as well. Some of the newer ones have impressive features, like the ability to connect to Wi-Fi so you can program and monitor your HVAC system remotely.
Norris Air Incorporated has been in the business for nearly 50 years. There’s a reason or two we’ve lasted this long and why we’ve been awarded such high honors as an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and the winner of the 2018 Greater Arizona Torch for Ethics Award. In the Mission Statement for our family-owned and operated business, we highlight our commitment to complete customer satisfaction. Call us today and experience our 5-star customer service.