Now that you have selected your new HVAC unit, the question is: how does it get installed?
Our team of certified installation professionals has years of experience in installing energy-efficient air conditioning and heating equipment for residential customers. We follow strict installation guidelines that ensure a hassle-free experience. We handle the installation process from start to finish, to give you peace of mind.
Our goal is to provide an enjoyable installation experience. The first step to a safe and sound installation is keeping you informed. Here is an overview of what you can expect on installation day:
Your installation day begins before we even arrive at your home. Our office picks up your equipment and accessories from the supplier and verifies that they are all correct and that nothing was damaged during shipment.
The installation team consists of 2 to 4 employees depending on the size of your job. One employee will begin by recovering the old refrigerant from your outdoor unit and break that unit down.
The remaining employees will then head inside. The first thing they will do is locate your thermostat and begin laying down canvas drop cloths on any carpeted areas that they are working in. This step keeps your home clean and damage-free while we work.
Once the floors are covered, they will head up into the attic or to the closet to begin tearing down your indoor unit.
The old attic pieces come down and outside from smallest to largest. One employee stays in the attic to check the drain lines for blockage, install the new hanging system, and clear out the copper lines w/ Rx11 acid flush. The ducts are also inspected at this point to make sure nothing gross is growing in there!
Then, your new equipment starts to go into place. The outdoor unit pad goes down and the new unit gets set up. Then, indoors, the furnace and coil get mounted.
Once all the new equipment is in place and inspected, any accessories that will be a part of your new system are installed as required and startup begins.
Cleanup begins by rolling up the canvas sheets and running our vacuum over the work area to clean up any debris that may have been created.
Once we have determined that the new unit is running properly, the team will show you your new unit and how the thermostat works. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have before we head out and let you enjoy your newly improved home!