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Why Installation Is The Most Important Step In HVAC System Replacements

Proper Installation - Masters Heating

The process of replacing your old, inefficient heating and cooling system is similar to a successful baseball play. In a baseball game, the most important part of the play happens when a batter steps to the plate. If he draws a walk or gets a base hit, the team may score and the play is a success. If he strikes out, not so much.

Replacing your home comfort system requires the same approach. You must first recognize that it needs to be replaced. Then you must decide on what type of system your home needs. Then it’s time to score: installation. All of your homework and preparation will be for naught if your system is not properly installed.

An improper installation results in more electricity usage and makes your system work harder, which can shorten equipment life and damage your investment. Three common issues are a result of improper installation:

  • Low airflow – this can cause your rooms to be uncomfortable as well as require your system to work harder.
  • Improper refrigerant charge – this can cause long-term damage to your system, shortening its life.
  • Duct leakage – you can lose a tremendous amount of airflow if your ductwork is not installed properly, costing you a lot of money every month as well as causing your system to work harder.

It’s also important to make the right choice when hiring your HVAC contractor. Masters’ professionals are ready to assist you throughout the process, from finding the right system for your home to the comprehensive installation process. In addition, we can help if you think that your system may have been incorrectly installed. Call Masters today.

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