When it’s time to replace your home comfort system, it’s important to consider what a new system can offer. Here are 5 items to consider when purchasing an HVAC system:
Water can cause your condenser to rust and wear out more quickly. Avoid any avoidable exposure (like having your sprinkler spray on your unit) in order to reduce the risk of corrosion.
Remove debris, trim grass and tear out any bushes that restrict airflow. This will improve the efficiency of your system and reduce the risk of it overheating.
A system with varying speed options can conserve energy. Reducing your system’s output during milder weather will save you money on energy bills.
A programmable thermostat gives you better control over output. When your unit is only on when it has to be, you’re going to see smaller energy bills.
Adding a de-humidistat could help to conserve energy. A de-humidistat will turn your unit on when the humidity rises above a certain level, giving you even more control over the operation of your system.
If you're looking to replace your HVAC unit, give Comfort Air a call at 912-927-7000. One of our certified installation specialists can recommend a home comfort system to suit your needs.