Not sure if you should repair or replace? Well, consider this: If you’re operating an inefficient system that breaks down a lot, it’s likely that it’s going to break down again. That means more expensive emergency service calls or possible damage to the other components of your heating and cooling system.
Also consider the ongoing cost factor. You could save up to 60% on your energy bills with new high-efficiency equipment. You see, even if your air conditioner is only a few years old, it could be terribly inefficient by today’s energy efficiency standards. Installing a new, high-efficiency cooling system can actually pay for itself in energy savings within a relatively short time.
Find out more about our Comfort Plus promotion in your area. A wide selection of reliable, efficient American Standard equipment is now more affordable than ever, helping put your ideal system, and your ideal environment, within reach.
American Standard Heat Pumps
A heat pump does the job of an air conditioner and a furnace. Unlike a furnace, it doesn’t burn fuel to create heat. It uses electricity to keep your home warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and comfortable all year round.
American Standard’s Heritage® heat pump family offers exclusive comfort technology and a range of options to give you the most quiet, efficient and comfortable home heating and cooling you’ve ever experienced.
If you want your home to be perfectly warm in the winter and perfectly cool in the summer, you need an American Standard heat pump. In the winter, the Heritage heat pump captures the heat that is always present in the outside air – even in the coldest of weather – and pumps it into your home.
In the summer, it’s an air conditioner, pulling the heat out of your home and releasing it outdoors.
What is HVAC?
Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning
HVAC stands for “heating, ventilating, and air conditioning”. HVAC is widely known as climate control today. This system is employed in skyscrapers, office spaces and widely used in marine systems(aquariums) where the temperature and humidity has to be maintained at a constant level. HVAC systems work based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Though HVAC refers to heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning, all the three serves the same purpose of thermal comfort and indoor air quality. The HVAC systems are very popular because of its easy installation, low maintenance and low operating costs.
When you’re ready to look into purchasing a new heating and cooling system, Universal Heating Ltd. are here to help you every step of the way. Our job is to help you understand what to consider and what to expect. Here’s what you can expect from a complimentary new system consultation:
Custom Comfort Analysis
There are nearly as many choices in heating and cooling equipment as there is in buying a vehicle. You want what’s right for your lifestyle and desires, but there are hundreds of makes and models available. There are many standard, upgrades, and custom options available to choose from in your new home comfort system. Since every family and every home is different, it takes a custom Home Comfort Analysis to determine the systems available that are right for your home’s size and floor plan, and also meets your family’s air quality and energy-efficiency requirements, needs and wants. The analysis will tell us what we need to know to offer you custom-made solutions to optimize your family’s home comfort.
Assistance from the HVAC Service Experts
High-efficiency and green energy solutions vastly improve utility savings, so efficiency level is a very important consideration. Up to 50% of your home’s energy costs may go toward heating and cooling, so we take time to fully inform you about how to reduce energy consumption with higher-efficiency system options. We will also help you think carefully through what air quality and moisture control components to include, particularly if anyone in your family has allergies, respiratory or health issues.
Furnace, AC and Air Quality Installation
Even the best HVAC systems may fail if installed improperly, so who you choose for the installation of your new home comfort system has a significant impact on its operation and your indoor comfort. In fact, installation quality could have a much greater impact on your home comfort than the equipment itself. Depending on the complexity of the project, our professional HVAC installation crews can typically have your new system(s) installed in just one day.