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The HVAC system in your Fayetteville, North Carolina, home helps maintain a comfortable indoor atmosphere. The HVAC installation process can make a big difference in how efficiently the unit operates and how well it provides heated and cooled air.

Efficiency

One of the biggest concerns with poorly installed HVAC equipment is inefficiency. When your system isn’t operating at peak efficiency, your bills will be higher, and your home won’t feel very comfortable on especially hot or cold days. Improper installation can also raise your energy costs substantially since you could have leaky or obstructed ducts, gaps in the seals, or machinery that isn’t hooked up correctly. Some of the signs of poor HVAC efficiency include weak airflow, warm air coming through the vents when the system is set to cool, and stale or stagnant air.

Higher Costs

In addition to the higher monthly utility bills, the cost of a poorly installed HVAC system can also be higher. If your technician chooses a unit that isn’t the right size for the space, it will have to work harder to heat and cool the rooms of your home, resulting in more energy usage. You could end up spending more on a large unit that your home doesn’t need, which will cost more upfront. Any time you have to bring a technician back to look at the unit and perform repairs, you’ll spend money on those service calls as well.

Uncomfortable Indoor Atmosphere

With an incorrectly installed HVAC system, your home just won’t feel very comfortable. It’s hard for a unit with leaky ducts or one that isn’t the right size to properly cool and heat the space, so you’ll probably end up doing a lot of manual adjustments to reach a comfortable temperature. During the hot and cold seasons, you don’t want to have to worry about indoor comfort.

At Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical Company, Inc., our experienced technicians can handle HVAC installation services at your home, so contact us at 910-216-9394.

The installation process of an HVAC system can make a big difference in how efficiently it operates and how well it provides heated and cooled air.

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