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Some simple questions when considering new heating and cooling

BY Kyle McCausland / January 7, 2013

Buying your home’s first system? Replacing your current one? Just upgrading a single component? Here are some simple guidelines to help you through the process. 

Finding the ideal system starts with asking the right questions. 

Evaluate your current home environment and identify your unique comfort needs, this will help us determine the most cost effective options for you! 

Start by answering the following questions:

  1. Do your heating and air conditioning bills seem too high?
  2. Is your indoor unit or your outdoor unit (or both) too noisy?
  3. Do you have a problem with humidity in the summer? Dry air in the winter?
  4. Are there any rooms in your home that are always too hot or too cold?
  5. Do you have pets or do any family members suffer from allergies?
  6. Do you have problems with lingering cooking odours?
  7. Does your system run all the time?
  8. Does your furnace short-cycle, constantly turning off and on?
  9. Is your system easy to maintain, with a filter that’s easy to get to and change?
  10. Is your outdoor unit unattractive and not aging well?
  11. Is your outdoor unit backyard-safe?
  12. Is your system still covered by a warranty?

Once you feel that you are done – give us a call and we can go through it together.