HVAC units play a pivotal role in creating a comfortable environment in your home or business, cooling your space for optimal comfort, and improving indoor air quality.
While HVAC units have come a long way in the last decade in terms of functionality and utility savings, choosing an HVAC unit is not a one size fits all endeavor. There are still some important considerations that homeowners need to make when choosing an HVAC unit, and City Air Experts are the best Charlotte HVAC installation team to help guide you through them.
As Charlotte’s HVAC installation experts, we are dedicated to helping homeowners like you choose the right HVAC system for your needs and budget. We take the time to learn the condition of your indoor space and what advantages or limitations may exist, considering everything from the age of the home, what energy-efficient features it has (or lacks), and what HVAC unit options would best serve your needs without causing problems down the road.
We take pride in our five-star customer service. From the moment you begin your free consultation to our highly-professional installation service and beyond with our 24/7 HVAC emergency services, you will get nothing but the best support and customer service guaranteed.
City Air Experts of Charlotte, NC is fully licensed, bonded, and insured, safeguarding you if an accident was to occur. In addition to free estimates, enhanced safety precautions, and minimal disruptions, we will also take care of any local permits required for your HVAC installation and offer a 10-year peace of mind warranty with proper system registration.
We will make sure your new HVAC system is the best choice for your needs, comfort, and budget, and our expert team will walk you through the entire HVAC replacement or installation process, so you always know what to expect while we work to make your space more comfortable, and your air of better quality.
Contact City Air Experts today to receive your FREE HVAC Replacement Estimate or to learn more about our HVAC installation services in Charlotte, NC and the surrounding areas.
Today’s HVAC systems are 10x more efficient than a few years ago and that is why it is important that you choose a company that understands not only the new generation of air conditioning systems (of course!), but also how your home was built (or will be built) to proceed with the right air conditioning installation.
Knowing your current home conditions is important when choosing a new heating system. Is your home properly isolated? Is your home energy-efficient (windows, walls, doors, etc)? Is the temperature even across your home? All these factors must be considered to choose the right size for your unit. If the unit is oversize, it would create humidity issues and would also increase your utility bill (short-run cycles).
Our experts at City Air Experts can walk you through this entire process and recommend the best option based on your needs & budget for your HVAC replacement or installation.
There are several factors to consider but the most relevant factors are your comfort needs and budget. How long are you planning to stay at your home/office? Is this a rental property? Are you working from home so your heating/cooling requirements are different?
Our pro technicians are trained to understand all factors impacting your decision.
Ask your HVAC contractor directly if they are bonded, licensed, and insured. Although we don’t anticipate issues with your installation, it’s important that your contractor’s insurance covers major repairs. Accidents could happen.
Make sure your contractor took some time to calculate your new unit size (this is called load calculation). It makes a difference whether your house/office is properly isolated or not. Your windows and doors are sealed. Etc.
Ask this question in advance and ensure the HVAC contractor has a policy in place to ensure your home will be protected during and after installation. Will your furniture be covered? Will they wear shoe covers?
Remember that your HVAC unit is one of the most expensive equipment at home. You’re looking for a probably 10 to 15 years investment so make sure whoever you choose is bringing value to your table. Although price is important, most of the time the cheapest “guys” are cutting costs where they don’t need to be cut.