If the air in your home is feeling stale, or you're battling inconsistent hot and cold temperatures, it might be a sign that your electric heat and air unit need replacing. Too many costly repairs, extreme temperatures, and general discomfort typically mean your HVAC is too old or overworked to heat and cool your home properly. Instead of battling the North Carolina weather outdoors and indoors, the better choice is to install a brand new HVAC unit.
In North Carolina, the summers can be brutally hot, especially throughout the Piedmont Triad. If you’re a Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Clemmons, or Climax local, you know exactly what we’re talking about. The heat and constant humidity can be very uncomfortable, but the North Carolina heat is a little more manageable thanks to the wonders of air conditioning.
But, what happens if you’re suddenly experiencing a faulty air conditioning system that can’t handle the brutal heat? Depending on what a licensed HVAC technician says, you probably need a brand new air conditioning system that can handle the unpredictable summer weather - or else you’ll face an uncomfortable summer with unnecessarily high energy bills.
If the annual HVAC service doesn’t resolve the problem, it’s time to upgrade your current air conditioning system. Luckily, there are plenty of benefits that come with upgrading your system, like more airflow and increased energy efficiency. However, preparing for an air conditioning installation is essential before technicians go and work in your home.
If you’re planning on upgrading your air conditioning system before the summer heat kicks in or have grown tired of dealing with a faulty system, there are a few things you’ll need to do to prep. That’s why we’re outlining what you need to know to prepare yourself and your home for air conditioning installation.
Before installing a new AC system, there are a few things that need to be discussed beforehand. As residential HVAC installers, we want to ensure our customers have the best possible service and experience, but that requires making a few decisions before installation day.
Some things to consider are:
Once the above factors are decided, we can begin preparing your home for AC installation! Before installing the new unit, you can do a few things to streamline the process. Installation typically isn’t lengthy, but a few things make the entire process much smoother and efficient.
Once the following are complete, our technicians will be able to install your air conditioning system, leaving behind nothing but clean and cool air for you and your family! For more info, review our guide on What to Know Before Your HVAC Installation.
On the day of installation, our technicians will start installing your air conditioning unit from the outside, securing your outdoor unit before starting internal work. Having the outdoor portion complete ensures everything runs smoothly indoors, and we can install the proper tubes and wiring with ease.
Once installation is complete, our technicians test your system to ensure it runs properly and nothing is out of place. We also review your new AC unit’s operations and inner workings, so you feel comfortable operating it and know what to look for if any issues should arise.
At Swaim Electric, we understand how important it is to have a reliable air conditioning system. Our team is here to help make your home as comfortable and energy-efficient as possible with our incredible Trane HVAC systems. If you need a new HVAC system in North Carolina, contact our team of experts. We can provide you with the best Trane HVAC Installation in Greensboro, Winston Salem, NC, and other areas in the Piedmont Triad and greater Jordan Lake area.
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