Quality Installation for New Air Conditioner Las Vegas
It’s a surprising statistic, but 70% of home AC units are bigger than necessary. This might not sound like a bad thing but with AC units it’s never good.
Consider this for example: if you needed to travel to your job two miles away each day, you would rather buy a bike rather than an entire bus. The bus may has more power but it is also unnecessary and costs a lot more to purchase and maintain than a bike. The bike makes much more sense. Even buying a car makes more sense than buying a bus.
The unfortunate thing with the AC market is that many people are pushed to buy huge units that do nothing but make retailers richer, and home owners poorer.
A retailer assistant isn’t going to tell you that you’re “buying a bus” of an AC unit, but will only urge you on. It’s common for AC sales to push the idea that a bigger unit means a more efficient unit and a lower utilities bill. This is often never the case.
The Solution for Becoming Energy Efficient
If a homeowner desires to become energy efficient in Las Vegas, Nevada, then all they need to do is look towards A-Tech Heating and Cooling’s Quality Installation (QI) program.
Our program’s goals are not limited to finding the best unit for your home’s needs that not only boosts air quality and is reliable, but one that also lowers your electricity bill.
We provide Quality Installation for HVAC systems and are not just limited to AC units. In fact, our QI program is available to all makes and models of HVAC systems ranging from residential to commercial solutions.
What is The QI Program?
Improving energy efficiency is not just a matter of replacing your old AC unit with a new one. This hardly brings forth a significant electricity bill reduction.
A Quality Installation focuses on being compliant with manufacturer guidelines as well as 100% tuned with the home’s needs.
Tuning a new AC includes many steps that involve both inspecting and boosting airflow, electrical requirements, air balance, and duct distribution. Optimizing the home’s heating and cooling system is important because no unit can reach its potential if air management or leaks are not taken care of. What’s the point of blowing hot or cold air into ducts that don’t deliver any of it?
Because of the importance of synergy with HVAC systems, everything inside the home and outside it has to be checked before recommending a new unit. HVAC system installations require similar checks to insure that heat gain/loss and environment is taken into account in the setup. Environment and other aspects are also taken into account with the QI program.
What Else Does QI Include?
Our Quality Installation program insures that every part of the HVAC unit itself is tuned using a QI Verification testing process. This process insures that the new system’s refrigerant charge is adequate, as well as that a proper maintenance schedule is secured for boosting the life of the unit and lowering chances of breakdown. Components are also inspected to insure that they are operating at their intended efficiency levels, so that the unit overall is top-notch.
QI also takes into account a home’s humidity needs to recommend and install the required system. It’s often easy to overlook humidity requirements and end up with a cool but humid home with a brand new unit.
Benefits of Using Our QI Program
Home owners in Las Vegas, Nevada can save as much as 34% on cooling costs each year with a quality installation. Getting rid of any leaks through the QI process will also insure that heat doesn’t escape during the winter. This in return will save even more money.
HVAC costs make up about 44% of a home’s energy bill but it can significantly be lowered with the right process.
Instead of home owners spending a lot of money on over-sized units that cost a lot to maintain and run, they should invest in having the right unit installed into their home. As the age old saying goes, “its quality, not quantity that matters.”
A quality unit with a quality installation will go a long way in returning value to the home owner, whereas a big unit will cause a lot of headaches and huge electricity bulls.