Can you help me choose the right thermostat for my HVAC system?

Yes, TRUE PROS can certainly help you choose the right thermostat for your HVAC system. Selecting the appropriate thermostat is essential for optimal comfort, energy efficiency, and compatibility with your HVAC equipment. To get started, contact us today.

How can I improve indoor air quality in my home?

Improving indoor air quality in your home can be achieved through several measures including regular ventilation, air purification, regular cleaning, proper moisture control, avoid smoking indoors, eliminate or reduce chemicals and scheduling regular HVAC maintenance. Schedule regular maintenance for your HVAC system to ensure it operates efficiently and circulates clean air.

Are there any government rebates or incentives available for upgrading my HVAC system?

Yes, there are often government rebates and incentives available for upgrading your HVAC system. These incentives are aimed at promoting energy efficiency, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and encouraging homeowners to invest in more environmentally friendly HVAC technologies. We've practically got those applications memorized. We will help you get them completed correctly.

Can I zone my HVAC system to control different areas of my home separately

Yes, it is possible to zone an HVAC system to control different areas of your home separately. Zoning allows you to divide your home into distinct zones or areas that can be independently heated or cooled based on specific needs and preferences. Each zone has its own thermostat, allowing you to customize temperature settings for individual rooms or areas.

What are the benefits of regular HVAC maintenance?

Regular maintenance ensures that your HVAC system operates at peak performance. It can help improve airflow, optimize temperature control, and ensure efficient operation, resulting in better comfort and energy efficiency. Well-maintained HVAC systems operate more efficiently, reducing energy consumption and lowering utility bills. Regular maintenance includes tasks like cleaning or replacing filters, lubricating moving parts, and checking system settings to maximize efficiency.

How long does an HVAC system typically last?

The lifespan of an HVAC system can vary depending on several factors, including the type of system, maintenance practices, usage patterns, and environmental conditions. On average, air conditioning units can last around 10 to 15 years. With proper maintenance and regular servicing, they can potentially extend their lifespan. Gas furnaces typically last between 15 to 20 years, while electric furnaces can last even longer, up to 30 years or more with proper care. Heat pumps have a similar lifespan to air conditioners, ranging from 10 to 15 years. Regular maintenance can help ensure their longevity. It’s important to note that these estimates are approximate.

What are the signs that my HVAC system needs repair?

The most common sign is insufficient heating or cooling. If your HVAC system is not providing adequate heating or cooling as it used to, it could be a sign of a problem. Uneven temperatures throughout your home may also indicate an issue.

How can I improve the energy efficiency of my HVAC system?

Determining the appropriate size of an HVAC system for your home requires a professional assessment by an HVAC technician or contractor. Factors such as the square footage of your home, the number of rooms, ceiling height, insulation, local climate, and even the orientation of your house can impact the sizing requirements. A proper load calculation is necessary to ensure that the HVAC system is neither undersized, leading to insufficient heating or cooling, nor oversized, resulting in inefficient operation and unnecessary expenses. It’s best to consult with a qualified HVAC professional who can assess your home’s unique needs and recommend the right-sized system for optimal comfort and efficiency.

How often should I change my HVAC air filters?

The frequency of changing HVAC air filters can vary depending on several factors, including the type of filter, the environment, and the specific HVAC system. As a general guideline, it is recommended to change standard 1-inch filters every 1 to 3 months. However, it is important to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for your specific filter type. If you have pets, allergies, or live in a dusty environment, you may need to change the filters more frequently. Regularly replacing air filters helps maintain proper airflow, improves indoor air quality, and ensures efficient operation of your HVAC system.

Do you offer financing options for HVAC installations or repairs?

Yes, TRUE PROS has financing options that will fit your budget. We can help you complete the application quickly and easily. Click on the link at the top of the page to get started.

How much does it cost to install a new HVAC system?

The cost of installing a new HVAC system can vary depending on several factors, including the size of your home or business, the type of system you choose, the complexity of the installation, local labor rates, and any additional modifications or upgrades required. To get an accurate estimate for your HVAC system installation, reach out to us. We’ll evaluate your specific needs, provide a detailed proposal, and answer any questions you may have about the cost breakdown and installation process.

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