HVAC Facts

Time to Upgrade? Simplifying Your HVAC Decision

Is your furnace and air conditioning system draining your wallet with constant repairs? If so, it might be time to consider a new HVAC system. Here’s how to cut through the confusion and make an informed choice without the stress:

Beware of Red Flags

Before you dive into purchasing, ask your HVAC advisor about potential red flags in your current system that could signal it’s time for an upgrade.

Simplifying the Sales Experience

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when a salesperson bombards you with technical jargon and complex figures. Remember, the goal is to understand what you’re buying, not to be dazzled by terminology. If you find yourself confused, take a step back and ask for clearer, simpler information.

Understanding Your Current Equipment

  • 80% Furnaces: These use a steel flue pipe that exhausts to a chimney and do not condense.
  • 90% Furnaces: These are more efficient, use PVC piping for flue exhaust, and produce condensate water during the heating cycle.

Importance of Compatibility

Ensure that your furnace and air conditioner are compatible; the blower motor’s cubic feet per minute (CFM) must match the tonnage of your air conditioner. Proper airflow is crucial for the efficient operation of your system, ensuring that refrigerant properly transitions through the evaporator coil to cool your home or business.

Making the Right Choice

It’s essential that your furnace and air conditioning system are not only compatible but also correctly sized and adjusted for your space.

Ready to Upgrade?

Don’t let another year of repairs and inefficiencies hold you back. Call today for your free estimate on a new, efficient furnace and air conditioning system that matches your needs: 312-243-9896. Make a decision that saves money, increases comfort, and simplifies your life.


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