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Does the Brand of HVAC System Matter?

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30 Jan

Does the Brand of HVAC System Matter?

The quality differences between low cost and high cost HVAC equipment is measurable, however the differences between top of the line brands are small. Brand names matter when it comes to energy efficiency, SEER rating and technology. Like anything else on the market, you usually get what you pay for.

Purchasing an HVAC system is a choice you will have to live with for an average of 20 years, so the best way to help make your decision is to talk with one of our HVAC experts.

When picking a brand of equipment, you will want to select a brand that you know will still be around when you call in for service. If you select a brand that has not established a good reputation or that is cheaper to purchase, you risk that company not being there to back up warranty work or even supply parts in years to come. Choosing an established brand name ensures that your warranty will be valid, the parts will be available and that their reputation for producing quality equipment will give you peace of mind for years to come.

Three things to look for when choosing your next HVAC equipment are as follows;

Our professional opinion. We work with all kinds of HVAC brands daily. We know whats good and what isn't. You can trust our expert opinion in what to buy and what not to buy.

Energy efficiency. Seer ratings and Energy Star ratings let you know how much cheaper the unit will be to operate than your current model. Cost savings can be invested back into selecting a higher quality heating or cooling unit.

Technology. Programmable and smart systems are also a great investment in order to max out your energy savings. Smart systems are great options for programming schedules and operating your home without even being there.

So after hearing advice on picking HVAC equipment, that really is only half of the decision. The other half is selecting the right installer for your new equipment. Ask your installer if they have the ability to service the purchased equipment or if they will be mixing and matching parts with after-market substitutes. Ask them if they work within the equipment's warranty package.

Regardless of the type of equipment you decide on, you must ultimately trust the company you choose to install and service that equipment. At 4 Seasons Heating, Cooling & Electrical we can help you select the perfect HAVC equipment that fits within your home specs, your budget and your comfortability.

Call us to schedule a free, in home, no obligation sales call at (204) 953-5700.