Admit it: You probably don’t think about your indoor comfort system until it stops working and you become either too cold or too hot. It’s human nature to put something in the back of your mind as long as it doesn’t cause a problem and stays in the background.
And you might think of your heating and cooling system as just a “box” that can be turned on or off in order to control your temperature. But your system is a lot more than that. It doesn’t just control temperature. It has an impact on the air that you breathe, on moisture and mold growth, the amount of energy that you use and money that you spend, and most importantly, on you and your family’s health.
Don’t ignore your heating and cooling system. Your HVACR system is a great big mechanical system, just like your automobile.You know that you need to keep your car tuned up and get your oil changed regularly. Your comfort system also requires regular maintenance from qualified specialists.
Ignoring your comfort system means it will break down more, need replacement sooner, cost you more money throughout its shortened lifespan, and it might impact your health. Here, America’s best HVACR specialists share with you important information about your indoor heating and cooling system.
It’s not about the size of the yellow page ad or, believe it or not, the lowest price. Here’s what you should really be looking for.
Quality Installation Checklists
Download these checklists to make sure that you are getting a Quality Installation in accordance with industry standards.
- QI Checklist for Residential Buildings/Homeowners
- Lista de Verificación – Instalación de HVACR de Calidad
- QI Checklist for Commercial Buildings
- Quality Maintenance Checklist for Consumers – Residential
Download this sheet for tips on getting the most out of (and saving the most with) your home heating and cooling system.
Find a professional contractor near you. Click here to search ACCA’s Contractor Locator.
There are many financial incentive programs nationwide that can help you install the most energy efficient HVAC system possible. Search the DSIRE database to find out what programs may be available in your area.
Here are answers to FAQs we receive from homeowners. Read them.