Heating installations are part of our daily business. We have been installing all types of heating systems for over two decades. Every installation begins with a comprehensive assessment of your home to determine the best type of system for your needs. The next step is to select the correct equipment for your home in which size, efficiency; brand, type, etc. are carefully considered. We then design the entire system and schedule the installation.
One of the keys to effective and efficient residential heating installation is determining the right size system for a given house. Even if the system you are replacing is only ten years old, your new system will likely be much more efficient, particularly if you have done any weatherproofing in your house during that time. This means that it's easier than ever to oversize a residential heating installation, which is inefficient and more costly to operate. Don't let your heating contractor simply take the size listed on the current unit's nameplate. Do a proper calculation. Otherwise, the contractor will use the same size as your last unit or go up a size, and that's not a good enough guess.
Sometimes gas and electric utilities in the community will calculate the correct size for a residential heating installation and charge very little for the service. It is a good investment. "Manual J" is the most common method to use for the calculation. It is based on a publication by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America and is one of the approved standards. There are numerous factors that affect the size of residential heating installation you need: the R-value of the home's insulation, the type of windows, and an examination of air leakage are all important. Sizing a new heating unit correctly is a major step to installing the most comfortable and efficient system for your house.
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