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How To Prepare For An AC Installation

How to Prepare For an AC Installation

During the warmer months of the year, your home depends on a fully functional air conditioning system to keep the inside temperature comfortable. At Edison Heating & Cooling, we offer HVAC services that ensure your system works at its best from spring through fall. Our team specializes in air conditioning installation for home and business owners who need dependable cool air for their families, staff, and customers. Before we arrive to install your new AC system, there are steps you can take to prepare for it. Preparing the site in your home for a new AC system doesn’t require any specialized training or expertise in HVAC products, but we’ve provided helpful information to make sure you know the types of AC systems available, how to prepare for your installation, and what steps you can expect the contractor to take in the process. Air conditioning installation is something you should expect when you own or manage a home or business, so be ready with Edison Heating & Cooling.

Getting to Know the Types of AC Systems

You don’t have to understand the ins and outs of HVAC systems to choose a model that’s right for you, but it does help to be familiar with the types of units available. Edison Heating & Cooling wants you to make the best investment possible for your space, so we’ve described some of the most common types of AC systems for your home or business:

When heating a structure is the goal, the system reverses the process and transfers heat from the earth to a structure’s air.

How to Prepare for Your New AC System

Don’t let your installation day sneak up on you without preparing your home or business. Edison Heating & Cooling can perform your air conditioning installation a lot quicker and simpler when you take the following actions to ensure a smooth process:

Steps the Contractor Should Take During Installation

Something to be aware of for your installation is the terminology contractors use for AC systems. Heating system performance factor (HSPF) is the rating that determines a heat pump’s efficiency. Annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) is the percentage of energy your system uses that’s converted into usable heat. Seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) is a rating of your cooling system’s efficiency. Energy efficiency ratio (EER) is an energy efficiency rating based on how your unit would react to temperatures of 95 degrees outside, 80 degrees inside, and humidity of 50 percent. Standard steps your contractor will take during an air conditioning installation include the following:

Contact Edison Heating & Cooling for Professional Service

Make Edison Heating & Cooling the team you call for air conditioning installation at your home or business. Our team of technicians has ample training and experience handling HVAC systems, and we perform high-quality work that ensures your air conditioning system runs optimally for years to come.

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