The installation process, simplified

Installing a heating and cooling system is not all that hard, more so if you are a hands-on person.

First, you have to identify where to install it, obviously…

and the type of Heating and Air Conditioning system you want to install. There certainly are more than one type of central AC units. A packaged system and split-system. Install a new Heating and Air Conditioning unit outside the house and link it to the HVAC duct directly inside your home. The packaged unit should stand in a cupboard outside to keep it safe. You can also locale it on the roof of your home. Choose a location with adequate airflow. Check your HVAC duct installation to ensure it is well. Also, try to inspect the HVAC duct’s seal and ensure it is in the correct position. Leaking HVAC duct means less fresh air getting into your new home and higher energy costs. It would be best if you carefully sealed all ducts with duct mastic. Ensure there are no bends or sagging HVAC ducts to worry about as this affects the performance of the system. You may need to modify your existing HVAC duct to totally ensure the new unit can function together with the new Heating and Air Conditioning system. Verify that the installed a/c has the exact refrigerant charge and the airflow is per the manufacturer’s prior certainations. Make sure to remove any contaminants from the refrigerant lines, as well. You will have to charge the new Heating and Air Conditioning unit with brand new refrigerant if it has not been charged. Finally, test the installed Heating and Air Conditioning system to see if it works as it should.


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