When you construct a new home in Midland, North Carolina, you can include all the amenities you and your family are looking for, including the best HVAC system for your lifestyle. New units are quieter and more efficient than older models. They have better indoor air quality, and they’re more environmentally friendly, as well. With quality new construction HVAC service from Dulin Mechanical, you can benefit from professional sizing, customized designs, plenty of options, and high efficiency.
If your HVAC system is too big, it will waste energy and increase your utility bills. It will also turn on and off frequently, causing annoying noises, temperature fluctuations, and high humidity. Undersized units also waste energy by running constantly without ever reaching their target temperatures. An experienced expert will evaluate your home’s plans carefully for an accurate heating and cooling load calculation.
The specifications in the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, or ACCA, Manual J consider the amount and type of insulation in your home, its square footage, the number of windows, the local climate, the amount of shade, and more. Many professionals also use Manual D residential duct design calculations to determine the best size and layout for your ductwork. That way, your ducts will be able to move air to all the rooms in your home quickly and efficiently without making a lot of noise.
The professionals at Dulin Mechanical can help you design the perfect heating and air conditioning system for your home. We’ll create the most direct pathway possible for your ductwork to help you save energy and stay comfortable. You can also add dampers to your ducts to direct conditioned air where it’s needed most. Have your system connected to a smart or programmable thermostat to control the temperatures in multiple areas or zones. That way, you’ll never have to heat or cool unoccupied rooms, and everyone can choose a comfortable setting for the place they’re using.
To reduce construction costs, choose a ductless system. Most air conditioners have an outdoor unit and an indoor unit connected to ductwork. Since ductless HVAC systems have more than one indoor unit, ducts aren’t needed to move air and zoning is easy. They’re ideal for new additions because you won’t have to worry about connecting new ductwork to your existing system. No matter what design you choose, an HVAC professional can work with you to keep your home comfortable and eliminate drafty or warm areas.
Lots of Options
Whether your first priority is saving money, saving time, or staying comfortable, you’ll definitely be satisfied with a custom system. You can choose anything from a simple air conditioner to a geothermal HVAC system that provides hot water and radiant heating through your baseboards or flooring. You can incorporate solar panels, air filters, wireless internet access, touch screens, voice activation, and more.
A new construction HVAC expert can find out what you’re looking for and make suggestions based on your preferences. New technology is arriving constantly, and consulting a professional is faster and more useful than trying to research all the latest options by yourself.
Even conventional air conditioners are more efficient than ever. You could save hundreds of dollars per year on your utility bills by building a home that conserves energy. The United States government will often help with installation costs through tax credits and refunds, as well.
You can use landscaping to add shade and protect your HVAC unit from twigs, leaves, grass clippings, and other debris. Since a new system in a home with plenty of insulation won’t have to work as hard as an older unit in a drafty house, you won’t have to deal with as much wear and tear. You can avoid expensive, inconvenient breakdowns and extend your HVAC system’s life.
Dulin Mechanical Services, Inc. is a Trane Comfort Specialist with over 55 years of heating and cooling experience. We can help you choose, install, repair, and maintain a variety of systems and accessories. For excellent new construction HVAC services, call us anytime at 704-237-3641.
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