There is a never-ending supply of things to do to keep your home running efficiently as a homeowner. Just when you finish one project, another one pops up.
While painting a room might freshen up the looks and help your new decor pop, replacing systems might not seem as exciting. Who wants to drop thousands on a furnace or air conditioner, when new carpet or a new sofa is more visually appealing?
Yet new HVAC equipment might be the answer to your heating and cooling problems. Do you have a room that’s always hot or cold? Are you constantly adjusting the thermostat trying to find the right temperature? New HVAC equipment may be the solution.
Yet upgrading might mean more than simply replacing the equipment. If you haven’t upgraded your furnace or air conditioner in years, things have changed. It’s not as easy as pulling the old mechanics out and replacing it with identical parts.
Today’s equipment is newer technology, with unique benefits to help keep your family comfortable all year long. New hybrid technology can allow your home to be more efficient than ever before. Incorporating smart technology can allow you to control how your home is conditioned from anywhere. And if you want efficiency, you’ll be able to monitor it all at the touch of a screen – just login and reports will help you heat and cool your home more efficiently than ever before.
But there’s a link between your HVAC and electrical that you may not have thought much about before. You may install new equipment, ductwork, or other high-end technology. But if you don’t have the electrical system to handle the load, you could be setting yourself up for more problems.
HVAC equipment needs dedicated electrical circuit breakers to avoid potential problems. It needs proper amperage to ensure it’s adequate for your new HVAC unit. Appliance ratings can range from 1 to 10 amps or more, but when added together, they should stay safely below your circuit breaker’s limit.
Do you know how your HVAC and electricity operate together in your home? Do you have a dedicated circuit to ensure your furnace and air conditioner run properly? Whether you’re considering an upgrade in technology, or are having problems with what’s currently installed, give us a call today to help you with all of your HVAC and electrical needs.