Louisville Furnace Installation
Any brand and model of furnace can breakdown, and will break down, at any time over time that will make it necessary for an installation service. Without proper maintenance, your furnace will lose efficiency and be more prone to break downs and disrepair. Here at Air Comfort of KY in Louisville, we recommend that you start with the proper furnace for your size and needs followed with a regular maintenance agreement. As a Trane Dealer, we adhere to a higher standard of professionalism and customer service so you know you’re getting quality service from your neighborhood HVAC company.
New and Used Furnace Installation
There are many important appliances in your home, but your furnace is the most important. Whether it is gas or an all in one system, it keeps you warm during the cold months and having the best furnace is beneficial so you don’t go cold during the winter. While you might think not having the best furnace doesn’t matter, it will if it dies on a cold winter’s night. New furnaces have the latest technology and will breakdown less which means less money you will spend on repairs. When looking for a new furnace it is best to look, and purchase one that is energy efficient.
The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio effects the overall efficiency of your unit. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient your unit will be. Even though these units come out to be more expensive to purchase, they will help cut your energy bill in half, so spending more money on the unit will save you money in the long run. The minimum rating for a unit right now is 13, however, the higher ratings can reach up to 16. There are lower efficiency units that can run at an 8. If you have one of those units, then now could be the perfect time to change. Not having the best unit is critical to your health and your comfort during the winter. If you want to stay healthy and warm, having the best unit will be for you.
The systems that provides comfort for your home is most likely the single biggest use of energy in your home. Over a third of the energy used in the United States is used to heat and cool buildings. Having a properly designed and installed unit will have the biggest impact on your energy costs.
For your installation needs, Air Comfort of KY in Louisville provides free in-home consultations with one of our HVAC specialists, help selecting an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system that meets your comfort preferences and lifestyle, proper sizing of the equipment to meet the unique needs of your home, a convenient way to pay for your installation through our flexible financing options, and full factory warranties on all equipment and labor.
If you have an old unit that is either outdated or has broken down, then we can either replace your unit or upgrade it with the same promises as getting a new unit.
When getting a new unit, it is important that you take care of it. At Air Comfort of KY in Louisville, we can provide you with maintenance that can help keep your unit running all year.
Regular maintenance will provide longer lasting equipment, reduce utility bills, reduce repairs, provide a more comfortable indoor environment, and protect your investment.
For a performance furnace tune-up, we will test for carbon monoxide leaks, clean burner assembly, clean ignition assembly, clean blower motor, inspect the filtration system, adjust blower components, lubricate moving parts as required, test and adjust safety controls, tighten electrical connections, collaborate your thermostat, check flue draft, check combustion, inspect vent piping, and inspect humidification system.
For a performance air-conditioning tune-up, we will clean the condenser coil, inspect the evaporator coil if it’s available, clean the condensate drain, clean the blower motor, inspect the filtration system, adjust the blower components, lubricate moving parts as required, inspect for refrigerant leaks, test the condensate pump, tighten the electrical connections, test the staring capabilities, measure air temperature differential, monitor refrigerant pressure, and measure amperage and voltage.
For a performance fan coil tune-up, we will inspect the evaporator coil, clean the blower motor, inspect the filtration system, adjust blower components, lubricate moving parts as required, test and adjust safety controls, tighten electrical connections, calibrate the thermostat, inspect the humidification system, and inspect the electrical heating elements.
For a performance heat pump tune-up, we will clean the condenser coil, clean the condensate drain, check defrost controls, inspect auxiliary heaters, inspect the filtration system, lubricate moving parts as required, inspect for refrigerant leaks, test the condensate pump, tighten electrical connections, test the starting capabilities, measure air temperature differential, monitor refrigerant pressure, and measure the amperage and voltage.