Is your Tremont Park, GA air conditioner 10 years or older? If so, you’re probably losing a ton of money in terms of energy costs as your system rapidly degrades in performance. What’s more, it may even run using R-22 coolant, which (due to environmental regulations) is no longer available on the market!

Byrd Heating and Air Conditioning provides free estimates for HVAC installation in Tremont Park GA. Whether you want to install a new gas furnace, electric heat pump or are leaning more towards geothermal solutions, our company can assist you. Our free estimates include the total cost of parts, labor and any incidental fees. An estimate also provides you with detailed information about your rights if you are not satisfied with any aspect of our installation work.

As a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, we have a wide range of new heating products available to you. However, you are not limited to selecting a Carrier unit if you prefer another brand. Regardless of the system you choose, your estimate will include details about the manufacturer’s warranty.

How to Decide if Now is the Right Time for HVAC Installation

Our company understands that replacing an inefficient HVAC system is a huge decision for most Tremont Park GA home and business owners. Some people feel they have no choice but to live with an inefficient heating and cooling system because they fear the cost of new installation. It is better to think of your new HVAC system in terms of an investment. The amount of money that you put into it upfront eventually pays for itself in reduced operating costs and the need for fewer repairs.

If your cooling system is more than 10 years old and your heating system is more than 15 years old, you could benefit from replacing it as soon as possible. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) passed legislation several years ago that requires minimum energy efficiency standards on all new HVAC equipment. Air conditioners must have a minimum Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating of at least 13, while heat pumps must have a Heat Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) of 7.7 or higher. Gas furnaces are evaluated using the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE), which must be at least 78 percent.

You can determine the energy efficiency of your current HVAC system by looking at your utility bills from the past year. If your costs are higher this year in spite of similar temperatures, it means that your HVAC unit has become more inefficient. Other signs of system inefficiency include frequent and costly repairs, unequal heat and cool air distribution and noisy operation.

Your Appointment for HVAC Installation in Tremont Park GA

We encourage you to review your free estimate and then schedule a consultation appointment with us. The installation technicians at Byrd Heating and Air Conditioning will take the time to answer all of your questions about new HVAC installation in detail. We will help you to evaluate your comfort needs before making a recommendation about a specific system. Whenever possible, we encourage customers to make the switch from a gas furnace to an electric heat pump. Heat pumps last longer, produce better results and are less expensive to operate. We also have a number of geothermal products for home and business owners who are searching for truly innovative HVAC installation solutions.

Are you trying to decide if you need to repair or replace the air conditioner in your Tremont Park, GA home? Let our team of professionals help you decide what needs to happen. Give our professional air conditioning installation team a call today.

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