With autumn around the corner and winter fast approaching, now is the best time to conduct an HVAC and furnace installation project. After all, you want to live as comfortably as possible while ensuring energy efficiency and safety all-season-long. Not to mention that the autumn season is the best time to prepare for winter since you’ll avoid the holiday rush where every HVAC contractor is at their busiest and you’ll have to wait at the back of the line. There’s also a good chance that they’ll offer special promotions or discounts on their products and services during this season.
There are certain things you can expect during an HVAC installation project, In today’s post, your trusted HVAC specialists from Bill Reynolds Heating & Air Conditioning share a breakdown of the detailed process that occurs during an HVAC installation project and why it’s a good idea to have one, especially at this time.
Why Install an HVAC System?
While Florida is a state with a subtropical climate, it actually has some of the wildest weather from across the country. Humid temperatures in the summer, occasional blistering winters, heavy rainfall and gusty winds are the norm. You want your home to be a comfortable place in which to live, no matter the season. Much like conducting a furnace installation project to keep your home warm, it’s in your best interest to install a reliable HVAC system to keep your home comfortable and energy efficient all-year-round. Along with making your home cozy and comfortable, a reliable HVAC system ensures that you’re breathing in fresh air, as it can eliminate bacteria, mold and other contaminants that can pose a health risk to you and your family.
With that in mind, this goes to show how important it is to have a properly-functioning HVAC system installed. Once you’ve found a capable, trustworthy contractor to work with, here are the things you can expect when having an installation done in your home:
Whether we’re conducting an air conditioning repair or installing a new HVAC system, we make sure that we work in two-man crews. In addition to ensuring your safety with social distancing protocols and by limiting contact, this prevents the risk of damage to other parts of your home due to a high volume of foot traffic, which has been known to cause of accidents on other jobs. This also reduces confusion among contractors since communication can be an issue when working with a large group. Having a small duo of capable installers will ensure that there’s minimal foot traffic and noise pollution in your home while the installation is ongoing.
Protecting Your Home
When installing a new HVAC unit, we make sure that your home is protected throughout the entire process. We use drop cloths, mats and tarps to protect your floor and walls from scuffing and damage. We’ll wear hygienic shoe covers to prevent the dirtying of your floor and contamination by outdoor elements. We also make sure to sanitize every surface we come in contact with and wear the proper safety equipment to put you at ease, especially during these trying times.
Our mission is to provide our customers with excellent customer service and quality workmanship so that you’ll be more than satisfied with the work that we do. As such, whether we’re conducting heating service maintenance or HVAC installations, we want to openly communicate our goals to you and what you should expect once the project is completed. We don’t want there to be any confusion with the end product, so don’t be shy about asking questions, no matter how small they may be. You can even ask questions to help you better understand the product and how it helps your home in the long run.
Accuracy & Promptness
We don’t use the humid Florida weather as an excuse to cut corners when completing any project we undertake. We take our time to ensure that we’re following the manufacturer’s instructions and any protocols necessary to ensure that your new HVAC unit is installed correctly. We also take breaks when necessary and keep ourselves hydrated in order to stay fully focused on installing your new unit correctly and on time.
Once the HVAC installation and heating service has been completed, we’ll wrap everything up, give you a breakdown of what we’ve done and explain everything you need to know about your new HVAC unit. Also, we won’t leave the project area in an untidy, unsanitary state as we leave . Instead, we’ll clean up the area as soon as we’re done with the project so that you won’t have to worry about dirt or other outdoor elements getting into your home. Afterwards, we’ll provide helpful tips on how to conduct preventive maintenance, what things to look out for and how to maximize your HVAC unit’s lifespan.
After you’ve settled in and gotten the hang of using your new HVAC unit, we’ll schedule a follow-up and send over a quality control inspector to check if our contractors had any lapses during the installation project. In most cases, there aren’t, as we make sure that we do everything necessary for you to enjoy your new HVAC system without a single worry.
With all of these details explained in-depth, you can approach a new HVAC installation project with more confidence knowing what to expect from it. You may even come up with some questions and details you want clarified by your HVAC contractor once you get started with the project that will help you understand it better.
If you’re looking for a certified air conditioning repair expert, call on Bill Reynolds Heating & Air Conditioning! We have over 60 years of experience in the HVAC business providing superior customer service and workmanship to our customers. We aim to maintain a high level of quality and continue to learn on every job we undertake. Call us at (440) 946-7863 or fill out our contact form for a free quote.