When you’re ready for your new HVAC installation, there are a number of factors to consider. Our HVAC company is here for you to guide you through the process and get you the system you need at the price you want. Whether it's a new air cooling system, heating system or combination of both, our experts have years of experience with HVAC installation in St. Charles. We can help you chose the right unit for your home, using the best equipment and making sure you have all the amenities you need to maximize the comfort of your home or business.
Types of Units
When our clients are ready for an upgrade, or to replace their current cooling or heating system, it’s important to take the time to decide which of the many types of systems is best. When it comes to air conditioning there are a variety of options to chose from, including central air, split air conditioning, and ductless mini-split system window units. For heating, you’ll need to make the decision whether you want a furnace based system, or to use heating pumps that dually function as a cooling system - which is popular option in our area. Each comes with its benefits and detriments, and our experts help decide which is best for your home.
For whichever option is chosen, there are many elements that go into executing that choice. Because home heating and cooling involves a system of introducing heat and cold air that need to be ventilated, there will be both indoor and outdoor components involved. We also go over options for thermostats. While many people are comfortable with traditional units, we help explain the latest developments in technology, including wireless thermostats that drastically reduce energy usage and allow for remote monitoring of the home. Throughout the installation our team works cleanly, removing any waste or debris in a neat and timely manner.
Whether or not to use a ductless system is one of the biggest decisions to make prior to HVAC installation. If a home doesn’t have preexisting ducts, our contractors can make the necessary changes to install them for the new system. With preexisting ducts, we evaluate their structural integrity and advise whether or not they need replacing or resealing. Ensuring ducts are properly taken care of is important to the efficiency of the system, with leaks having the ability to reduce efficiency up to thirty percent. If a ductless system is chosen, we also help schedule the regular maintenance they need for optimal functioning.
A component that if often overlooked during the installation process is the additional measures that can be taken to ensure the air quality in the house. Heating and cooling systems can dramatically affect every aspect of interiors, including the health of those breathing the air. Some systems use humid air, while others such as furnaces use dry heat, both of which have different impacts. We can arrange for dehumidification systems that will keep your house dry during the wet months. If you have concerns about the environmental air quality, we can also add air purifiers into the system that will filter out impurities.