Tips for a Successful Air Conditioning Installation

Next Generation Air and Heat offers fast, reliable and good quality installation services for all different types and brands of AC systems. There are a few things that homeowners can do to make sure that their new air conditioning system is installed properly to maximize performance and energy efficiency.

Energy Efficiency Rating

One of the most important things to look at in a new air conditioning system is the efficiency rating. Most air conditioning systems are given a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. This rating is a measurement of how much cooling the unit provides over a season divided by the amount of energy used. The higher the SEER rating the more efficient the equipment is. Typically, a SEER rating of 14 is required in order to receive an Energy Star seal. Finding an air conditioning system that meets your home’s energy goals is a huge priority for homeowners.

Cooling Capacity

Another very important component of your new air conditioning system will be how much cooing it will provide. If you get an AC system that is too small or too large it could cause serious issues for your home. Make sure that you get have your air conditioning installed by a qualified contractor. AC technician will help you find the perfect-sized system of your home.

Good Installation

Finally, the most important things that you can do for your new air conditioning system is to get it actually installed in your home by a professional technician. Bad installation is a very common cause of air conditioning problems. If your air conditioning system isn’t installed properly it can cause problems for years in your home. Call the air conditioning installation in Melbourne, FL pros at Next Generation Air & Heat Inc. today to get an estimate.

If your air conditioning system has started to need more frequent repair, or if you need a new AC for your new home, call Next Generation Heat and Air today. We’ll work with you to find a good system for your home. 

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Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 at 9:55 am | Categories: Air Conditioning |

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