Summer just started, and they are getting hotter or have we lost tolerance for heat as we grew old. Either way, we are dripping with sweat, and not even fans are helping.
How to install central air in a house without ducts?
Summer just started, and they are getting hotter or have we lost tolerance for heat as we
grew old. Either way, we are dripping with sweat, and not even fans are helping. This time
the air conditioner is the one that can help, but we don’t have a central air conditioner
unit installed. We don’t even have ducts installed for the air conditioner. So what are we
going to do? Fear hot. We are here to help you in your predicament. Air duct repair and
replacement Smyrna GA service can help us install a new air conditioner unit and even
tell us some alternate steps for the air conditioner unit.
Cost to install new central air
Center air for a 2000 square foot home will cost around $3500 to $4000. But, believe it
or not, it can quickly be done by two technicians in two to three days. So it usually won’t
cost a penny or do any damage to the ducting.
How to evaluate heat-gain calculation for a new central air
All cooling contractors usually start their evaluation of your house by performing heat
gain calculations. It may sound like rocket science, but it’s pretty helpful and accessible. It
will reveal what size unit you will need for your home. It’s better to get another contractor
or heating and air conditioning service in Smyrna, GA, if your current one wants to install
their own choice of central air solely on their experience. There are several factors to
consider that can affect the size of the unit:
What amount of wall and attic insulation do you currently have?
What are the types and placement of windows and doors in your home?
What is the orientation of your home to the sun?
This calculation will tell you all the possible benefits of upgrading the insulation in your
house. It will make your home more energy-efficient, and you will be able to reduce the
size of the air conditioner you will need.
What’s the size of the Central Air?
Following the steps below will help you determi