Highlights of Air Conditioning Units in Nacogdoches

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If you are looking to upgrade the air conditioning units your home currently has, it is not as simple as choosing a unit and then getting it installed. It is imperative that your air conditioning units are installed correctly. When the installation is done improperly, you will end up missing a number of energy benefits that accompany a new air conditioning unit. Making sure the unit is able to maintain the level of comfort you need in your Nacogdoches, TX home is imperative. McWilliams & Son Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to help ensure your unit is up to par because when the unit is improperly installed you are the one who pays the price in the end.

Some tips to making sure you receive the best performance you can for your HVAC Equipment or air conditioning units in Nacogdoches are listed below:

  • When you hire a contractor to perform a load calculation, it will help to ensure you have the proper unit size for your residence. If you purchase an air conditioning unit that is too small, it will end up struggling to maintain the demands in temperature that you set forth for the unit. A unit that is too large will continually cycle and cost you a lot of money on your energy bills, while not being able to maintain the proper temperatures within your home.
  • During the installation of your air conditioning unit, the contractor will perform an inspection of your duct system to check for any leaks or connections that need to be addressed. They will let you know if you are going to need new ductwork to go along with your air conditioning unit.
  • The rate of airflow and refrigerant levels need to be carefully calibrated in order to maintain optimal performance in your unit.
  • Avoiding placing your thermostat near a window or vent that provides heating and cooling airflow is critical. These sources will end up throwing the temperature in your home off and you will not be able to achieve the desired temperature you desire.
  • Your evaporator coil and indoor air handler will need to be located in an area that allows the component to be cleaned on a regular basis.
  • If possible, you will want to make sure you have space for your condensing unit in an outdoor location that is protected against the elements.
  • Your outdoor unit will need ample amounts of air, so the fencing will need to be at least two feet away from your equipment and any shrubs or plants will need to be trimmed or removed to allow the proper amount of air flowing to the unit.

When it comes to air conditioning units, McWilliams & Son Heating & Air Conditioning is ready to help you in any way possible. Our trained and licensed staff has plenty of experience in the field to make sure your unit is working in the manner of which it was intended. Give us a call to see what we can do for you today.