The average HVAC system has been designed and manufactured to last for many years. However, with the constant use and outdoor elements the HVAC system is subjected to in a place like Winter Haven, Florida, it’s no surprise that HVAC systems have to be replaced more often. That means that if a homeowner or business owner is looking for professional HVAC system installation in Winter Haven, FL, it will be important to consider a few different things.
The first thing that needs to be considered is a replacement unit. For homes, this can be a bit tricky. The reason for this is that it’s not uncommon for a previous homeowner to have made an addition to the home. Unfortunately, these additions don’t always come with a new HVAC system to handle more square footage. This means that the old system may have been ill-equipped to heat and cool the additional square footage. In these situations, it’s important that a newly installed system is adequate to handle the square footage of the home under air and heat. This means that an installation service will need to do square footage calculations to determine the right size for the unit.
If the unit has to be larger, this can make the installation process more involved. For example, the air handler unit on the inside of the home with an older system may have been relatively small. Newer systems may have larger air handlers. This could involve retrofitting the air handler closet to accommodate a larger unit. In some cases, the air handler may have to be moved to the attic if the current space isn’t large enough to accommodate the new system. In addition, larger return and supply lines and more powerful electrical connections from the air handler to the compressor unit may be needed.
All of this can seem difficult, but professionals that handle HVAC system installation in Winter Haven, FL have likely done this before. They are the perfect people for the job and even if a certain reworking has to be done to install a new system, the job can still be done quickly, efficiently and properly.