What is an Air Conditioning Load Calculation?
If you are thinking about purchasing a new air conditioner or looking in to the performance of your existing system, one of the first points to assess is a load calculation.
What exactly does that mean? Basically, it comes down to being sure that you get properly-sized system for your home. Getting the improper size or type can have a variety of implications from the inability to keep your house cool to operating so hard that it reduces its lifespan.
Every home is different; home size, number of windows and type, insulation and even the direction the home faces are key considerations. Bigger isn’t always better. It doesn’t make sense to buy an air conditioner that is bigger than what you need for your home. The equipment could cost more and you’ll be paying to use a system that is more than what you need. Air conditioners also help to reduce humidity levels in the home and an oversized system won’t be able to properly dehumidify the air which may also lead to bad indoor air quality.
You also don’t want a model that is too little and can’t to keep up. Not only does this play a role in the cooling of your home during the warmer seasonal temperatures, but it’ll also make the unit operate harder.
With hundreds of different models and sizes, it can be a bear to know where to turn for answers. Lucky for you, this isn’t something you need to tackle on your own. The Expert team at Norrell Service Experts can give you a full load calculation assessment on your home. The heating and cooling load calculation includes factors like the home’s structure, roof, windows, direction and location to decide the size and type of equipment you need. Any company that won’t provide this detailed analysis can’t appropriately offer an accurate quote for the replacement of your air conditioner or even provide you the best more accurate price of a new system.
Not only does this assessment help decide which system is best for you, but it should also help you get the extra savings of high-efficiency products. You may not think to include utility costs when making your budget, but researching more efficient air conditioners and what it can give you will have a positive influence on your family’s budget. Our experts can walk you through what is needed to live comfortably in your home and share some thoughts on how to decrease energy usage through a variety of features available.
Whether you are in need of a new air conditioning system or looking to boost your home’s efficiency and comfort level, the professionals at Norrell in Birmingham are happy to help. You can call us at 205-267-0023 or easily request an appointment with our online scheduler.