If it’s time to consider an air conditioner replacement, having an expert perform a load calculation is crucial in choosing the system that will work best for your house. All homes are different in their cooling requirements. If your system is improperly sized, it will impact your comfort and multiply your utility bills. Let’s explain what goes into a load calculation.
Traditionally, a load calculation was discovered only by finding the square footage of a home. That’s still one piece of the puzzle, but we regard various other factors to find the products that will function the best for your home. Our team will look at the climate in Northglenn, the square footage and build of your home, the level of insulation, your roof size and type, the size and location of windows, your home’s sun exposure and your family’s habits and schedule.
We would love to help you find the air conditioner replacement that is right for your home. If your system is very small, you’ll have trouble keeping your home at the desired temperature. And just because a system is bigger doesn’t absolutely mean it’s better. In fact, if your system is too big for your home, you could have a lot of problems:
- Because it won’t have to operate as long, an oversized system will regularly warm up and cool down. This causes more wear and tear on the system than need-be.
- It can also decrease productivity and raise utility bills.
- Another problem with an oversized system cycling on and off too regularly is it will fail to dehumidify your air properly.
One key to your home’s comfort is ensuring decent airflow. Northglenn Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. can help with a room-by-room load calculation. We will make sure all components of your system—your air conditioner, ductwork and registers—are working together to keep you comfortable.
At Northglenn Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., we specialize in keeping your Northglenn home comfortable and maximizing energy efficiency. If you’re considering an air conditioner replacement, give us a call at 303-452-4146.