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5 Questions To Ask Before Your AC Installation

Posted on January 12th, 2018 by Jupiter Tequesta

Your A/C isn’t going to last forever. However, 10 to 15 years is still a pretty long time. So when the time comes to inevitably say goodbye, you’re going to want to make sure you contact the right people for the job. Here are a few questions to ask your potential technician.

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1. What Size System Do I Need?

Which size properly cools my home? You’ll want a contractor who measures all insulation R-values, window types, duct leakage, and more.

2. Can My Current Ductwork Be Used?

Also, are there any leaks? Should my ductwork be cleaned? It’s not free to run your system monthly, so you don’t want to waste that cooling through your ducts.

3. Is Your Company Bonded and Insured?

Make sure whoever you hire can provide you will proof. As well as your estimate and terms and conditions in writing.

4. How Long Will The Installation Take?

What’s the timetable from start to finish? You’ll also want to know if the company cleans up and hauls away the old unit or if that’s an extra fee.

5. Do You Follow ACCA Standards?

To ensure your contractor is getting the job done correctly, head over to the ACCA website and download their Quality HVAC Installation Checklist.

Are you having a hard time keeping your home a comfortable temperature? The experts at Jupiter-Tequesta can diagnose and repair your A/C problem and help you decide if an A/C replacement is the right choice for your home needs.

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