Air conditioner units operate by taking in warm air and pulling it over a coolant system. In an HVAC system, a heating component is also present which can be adjusted depending on your temperature preference.
It is important to maintain the air quality of your air conditioning unit to ensure your comfort and your home’s energy efficiency. For HVAC systems, maintenance can be done through an HVAC inspection that is done regularly.
When it comes to HVAC installation, the size of the unit makes a crucial difference in terms of air quality. If the unit is too small, the air in your home cannot be properly treated. On the other hand, a unit that is too big will risk undermining energy efficiency, and this can result in the unit shutting off before the air has fully run through the system. This means that it is best to consult our HVAC specialist in Houston Texas if you’re planning to install an air conditioning unit.
Energy efficiency is determined through the season energy-efficiency rating (SEER), which the technician or our professional in All Systems Mechanical Inc. will calculate. This rating will vary depending on the electricity the unit uses in order to operate. A higher SEER rating means a lower cost for you.
It is also important to think carefully about where to install the thermostat. It is always best to keep thermostats indoors and away from any draftiness that could affect their readings.