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Questions About Our New Heating & Air Conditioning Systems



Do I need to be home during installation?
No, but we do require access to the home and recommend a homeowner be present after we have completed the installation to review the new system’s operations and controls.
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How long does it take to install a new HVAC system?
On average the installation will take just one day from beginning to end. However, installation times could vary depending on the scale of the job.
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How many people will be there installing the new sytem?
Usually there will be 2-5 people installing the new system.
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How much does a new HVAC system estimate cost?
Our new system estimates are always completely FREE. Just schedule an appointment online by visiting your nearest location's website.
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How much will a new heating and air conditioning system cost?
Many factors impact the amount of investment for a new HVAC system. Heating and cooling systems are custom-designed for your specific home and family, and every home and family is very different. So to receive a true estimate for a new heating and air conditioning system, we must schedule a free quote with our Residential Sales Consultant to take the appropriate measurements and determine your home's environmental needs.

Generally, new systems may start at about $4,000, and top-of-the-line systems for luxary homes or commercial properties could be $40,000 or more. Our Sales Consultant can provide you with several specific pricing and financing options to best fit your needs. There's no pressure and no obligation to buy, just your free quote to see the value only Service Experts can provide. To schedule a FREE estimate, just call us 866-397-9787 or complete our simple schedule form.
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What brand(s) of furnaces and air conditioners do you sell?
We sell many brands and repair every make and model of heating and cooling equipment. Our focus is on providing the right custom solution for your specific home and your family’s specific air quality needs, out of hundreds of options available. For a free estimate and new system consultation, schedule an appointment with one of our Comfort Advisors to take the appropriate measurements and provide you with several pricing options.
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What is zoning?
Zoning is a system that divides your home into separate comfort areas, and makes your heating and cooling equipment cool or heat only those areas that need it. For example, a living room with large windows may stay too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. A zoning system can send more conditioned air to the living room to make up for the heat gained or lost through the windows.
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What's a Home Comfort Analysis?
The Home Comfort Analysis is our process for documenting the physical requirements of the home’s heating and cooling equipment, plus the personal comfort needs and desires of the home’s occupants. The analysis narrows down all the new HVAC system options available to the few custom choices that will best fit your specific comfort, energy efficiency, humidity and air quality needs.
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What's a Hybrid Home Comfort System?
Hybrid home comfort systems make use of an electric heat pump, which is an all-in-one heating and cooling system, and another heat source for alternate fuel. During warmer summer months the heat pump provides high-efficiency air conditioning.  In the winter, the heat pump is paired with a traditional natural gas, oil or propane furnace to heat a home. The system automatically and intelligently selects the most energy-efficient fuel source to make the home comfortable – much like popular hybrid vehicles that use both gas and electricity depending on which fuel is most optimal.
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What’s a Solar HVAC system (SunSource)?
The new SunSource Home Energy system actually powers the entire HVAC system and can also help to power your home. It’s the world’s only solar powered home energy system. Solar modules harness the sun’s energy to power the SunSource® Solar-Ready heat pump or air conditioner. When the heat pump or air conditioner isn’t running, the solar power can also operate other electrical devices in the home. With net-metering, any surplus power goes back to the grid possibly entitling homeowner to a credit. And a communication module allows you to see the system status, energy production, and also shows the environmental benefits of using renewable energy for your home.
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