If you are building a new home, be sure that your builder works with your local heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) contractor during both the design and construction phases.
Heating and air conditioning components incorporated into the residential new construction HVAC design allows you to strategically place duct work and other equipment for ease of use and efficiency.
The home design also affects the sizing and placement of equipment. The environmental conditions of the site, square footage of the house, and number of doors and windows factors in to the load calculation.
A homeowner has many options when selecting equipment for residential HVAC new construction projects. Ductless mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps do not require duct work. One compressor can provide conditioned air for up to eight rooms depending on the model selected.
Each room is individually climate-controlled so that a blower unit can be turned off when not in use. Because there are no ducts, airborne pollutants are not transferred from room to room through a central system.
Exposed ducts within the living space reduce energy usage because they are not routed through unconditioned spaces such as attics or basements.
A creative architect can use ducts to enhance a sleek, modern interior design. If a client prefers concealed ducts, we can custom design the routing of piping and the placement of grilles, intake vents, compressor and furnace to complement the décor and activity areas. Zoned components can also heat and cool living spaces, allowing a homeowner to set different temperatures for each area.
High efficiency equipment for new construction heat and air conditioning installation will save energy and money. Furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioning and ventilation components work together to create a comfortable indoor environment for all seasons of the year.
Apex Air also offers preventive maintenance and annual maintenance contracts to keep new equipment in tip-top shape after it is in use. Scheduled maintenance prolongs the life of the unit and reduces energy bills.
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