BE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR HOME WITH AC
Overheating can cause health concerns, particularly if you have people who are very young or very old in your household. And if you have pollen allergies, it might not be a good idea to rely on breezes from open windows to cool down.
If you’re thinking about installing an air conditioner, the perfect cooling system will depend on the specifics of your home. For example, you might need an air conditioner with increased capacity if a certain room gets a lot of sun. But not too big, or you’ll be wasting energy.
If you’re interested in discussing options, we have expert HVAC technicians ready to take your call.
Home Automation and Smart Technology
What would we do without our cellphones? Thanks to Côr™ Home Automation from Bryant, we can wirelessly install a system that allows you to remotely control your home’s appliances and security. Even when you’re travelling, you’ll be able to turn your heat or AC on or off, monitor any issues, and send diagnostic reports. Smart technology can also generate savings by automatically responding to changes in weather, using its sensors.
When you install a new high-efficiency unit, you should also have us take a look at your existing ductwork. If your duct work is not the correct size, any potential energy savings could be lost through leaks or insufficient space. Maybe it needs a good dusting? We do duct cleaning too.
Don’t miss out on the perfect opportunity to improve the headroom clearance of your basement! If you’re starting home renovations, call us for a free consult and quote on custom ductwork.
Maintenance for Your Air Conditioner
Your air conditioner should receive professional annual maintenance to keep it in top shape. That way a small problem doesn’t become a big, or expensive, concern. For instance, if it’s partially clogged with grime, it will use more energy to operate and overwork itself. This leads to short-term and long-term costs. We recommend scheduling maintenance appointments for spring, before it gets too hot out.
Some common issues that we look for include:
- Dirt and debris that may have collected on the louvres of your unit.
- Refrigerant leaks in the wiring.
- Problems with the electrical connections, the evaporator coil, and the condenser coil.