Everyone wants to be comfortable in their homes or places of business. In the winter, this can mean staying warm, and in the summer this can mean staying cool. The job of an HVAC system is to make sure your interior air is clean and stays at the temperature desired. However, if your HVAC system is improperly installed due to haste or cut corners, it can lead to problems down the road.
Potential Problems Caused by Poorly Installed Systems:
When your HVAC system isn’t put incorrectly in the first place, you are set up to deal with a host of problems. Here are some:
- High costs, especially if your building is not properly evaluated before installation. Many HVAC systems are larger than necessary which results not only in higher equipment costs, but higher running and repair costs.
- Inefficiency occurs when vents and ducts are not fully sealed upon installation. This means that your system is producing hot or cold air that never gets to its destination, resulting in excess wear and tear to make up for the loss.
- Poor air quality is a common issue that goes along with inefficiency. When ducts are not well-sealed, pollutants can enter your system. Poorly installed filters can exacerbate this problem.
HVAC systems can only work as well as their installation allows them to. It’s important that the job is done correctly at the beginning, from site evaluations to equipment selection and implementation.
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