Do you feel like complaining about your heating bill? Perhaps you already have been voicing your objections to anyone who will listen. You may need to stretch every penny. Your HVAC system has a huge effect on your home energy usage and your ability to save on your utility bills.
An HVAC inspection will measure your energy consumption, your energy costs and the potential savings you may acquire with alternatives. Knowing these three facts will give you the advantage of knowing your options. You will then be in a position to be proactive about where your heating and cooling dollars are best spent.
Who should get an HVAC inspection?
If you have had your HVAC system for many years, or if you have recently purchased the property, you need to know what HVAC equipment you have and what condition it is in.
An HVAC inspection allows you to see where you stand with your present system. You are then able to compare what you have and what specific system operational improvements are available. If part of your system is old and giving you poor service, you will know if it is cost-effective to replace just one part or the whole system.
What Does an Inspection Include?
A comprehensive inspection should include temperature control, water treatment, air distribution, energy consumption, indoor air quality testing and a complete AC & heating service. At its conclusion, you should have an analysis of owning and operating costs, an energy consumption evaluation and improved system efficiency.
Along with an equipment inventory, it will identify potential safety hazards. With an increase in your system’s productivity and maximization of your comfort, it may even reduce your current operating costs.
Manage Your Resources
Is it cost-effective to replace an old system with a new more energy-efficient model or is it cheaper to stay with what you have at the moment? An HVAC inspection will give you peace of mind by knowing where you can save.
Decrease your complaints and protect your investment at the same time. Manage your resources proactively. Call ClimateSmith of Alpharetta for your HVAC inspection today.