HVAC Installation in Harris, NY
Your home’s HVAC system plays an essential role in keeping your home comfortable and healthy. But not all HVAC systems are created equal. More importantly, not all HVAC installation is done properly, and poor installation can virtually cancel out the benefits of even the highest quality cooling equipment and heating systems. Fortunately, the experts at Black Bear are trained to understand your specific heating and cooling needs and find the exact equipment to meet those needs.
Types of HVAC Systems
There are many variants of HVAC systems in use. Here are two of the most commonly used:
- Heating and Air Conditioning Split System: These are the typical HVAC systems you see, with equipment both inside and outside the home. With split systems, a refrigerant such as freon passes over an evaporator coil inside the home, and a fan circulates air by blowing it across the coil. Ducts circulated the conditioned air all over the home. Outside, a condenser circulates the refrigerant back into a liquid to be reused.
- Packaged Heating and Air Conditioning Systems: These are the smaller window units that contain all the components of a split system in one package. The evaporator coil, fan, and condenser are all housed together, and a digital panel allows for easy control.
HVAC Installation Process
HVAC installation requires attention to detail, which begins with choosing the right size components for the task. As the system is put in place, all duct and refrigerant connections are meticulously checked for even the smallest leaks and purged of any excess moisture to ensure a long-lasting, leak-free HVAC system.
In every HVAC installation, we follow precise manufacturer specifications and include programmable thermostats to give the user maximum comfort and control. For added convenience, we also offer service plans to keep your equipment running efficiently long after we install it.
For your next HVAC installation, schedule an appointment with the pros at Black Bear Fuel Oil, Plumbing, Heating and AC.