Feb 27 2015

Custom Home Heating and Cooling Systems

All American Heating and CoolingSummers in Sarasota can be oppressive, especially in July when humidity levels and temperatures reach their peak. That’s why an effective home cooling system is critical, and the best time to get on the right track is with new construction. Thorough enjoyment of your new home depends on installing the heating and cooling systems that provide the ultimate in indoor comfort. When we consider new construction HVAC designs, we evaluate several factors that influence the best cooling system for your new home:

  • Amount of insulation
  • Square footage
  • Unique features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, cathedral ceilings and skylights
  • Split levels or multiple stories

HVAC Design Options

Each homeowner’s needs are different; that’s why we don’t advocate a cookie-cutter approach when it comes to HVAC design in new homes. Heating and cooling systems come in various configurations that meet the challenges of each new build:

  • Packaged units: ideal for small lots where ground space is limited
  • Split systems: reduce noise without sacrificing efficiency
  • Zoned systems: targeted cooling in lightly used guest bedrooms and heavily used home office areas
  • Ductless: frees up space normally allocated for ductwork

Alternative Options

New construction is the ideal time to incorporate green technology. By working with the architect from the start, we can provide advice about alternative technologies that may enhance your home’s building design, lower energy bills and possibly reduce the size HVAC system your new home needs:

  • Geothermal heat pump
  • Proactive shade tree cooling
  • Passive solar heating

Proper Installation

Improper installation of a cooling system negates its efficiency. Several things are crucial to a proper installation:

  • Accurate load calculation
  • Efficient duct design
  • Compliance with building and EPA codes
  • Skilled workmanship

To learn more about which new construction HVAC designs best fit your new build, contact All American Heating and Cooling today. We’ll make sure you get the residential comfort system that’s right for you and your family.

 

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