It wasn’t too long ago that we mostly depended upon the weather to determine our temperature. Nowadays, however, we can’t get enough air conditioning over the summer and heating to last us through the long nights in winter! If you are going through a remodel or even building a new home, one of the most important decisions you can make is choosing a residential HVAC system. There are a few things you need to consider when you are choosing your residential HVAC system, including:
- Square footage- One of the biggest determinants of your residential HVAC system is the square footage of your home. If you choose a system that is too small, you won’t have enough A/C or heating to property heat and cool your home. If you choose a system that is too large, you’ll find you are wasting money and energy.
- Efficiency- Today’s residential HVAC systems are getting better and better than they once were. They are able to run longer and more efficiently than they once did. You’ll want to determine how much money you are willing to pay to run your HVAC system to determine your efficiency.
- Cost- Another important factor in residential HVAC systems is the cost. Usually, more efficient systems cost more upfront. However, they will also end up saving you money in utilities.
Here at Whitetail Heating & Cooling, we work with clients all the time who are trying to choose a new HVAC system for their homes. We would love to use our extensive experience to help you make the right choice, so just give us a call today and let us help.