Jonas Energy Solutions Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Installation’

The Importance of Professional HVAC System Installation

Monday, June 13th, 2022
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If you’ve made the decision to have a new air conditioner installed now, the chances are that this is an urgent need of yours, with summer right around the corner. You might be tempted to just go out and buy the most powerful cooling system you can find in your budget and install it on your own to save time. 

We really want to encourage you not to rush into this decision, however. Having a trained and experienced professional install your new HVAC system is essential since there are a number of components that require the person installing it to really know what they’re doing. Otherwise, you could have operational problems, not to mention safety problems. 

Plus, trusting a trained professional to do the installation keeps the warranty in place–we’re talking about the manufacturer’s warranty. This protects you from financial liability if your air conditioner breaks down or malfunctions due to a manufacturer defect within a certain amount of time (usually 10 years). But almost all of these warranties have a stipulation that only a professional can service them to keep the warranty current.

This definitely isn’t the only reason you want to trust a pro, though! Read on as we uncover just why it’s so important to have a professional install your HVAC system. 

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Should You Invest in a Ductless System?

Monday, May 16th, 2022
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Even if you’ve never had a ductless system in your own home, you’ve probably seen one before. If you noticed a unit mounted high up on the wall of a room that resembles a sleeker version of a window air conditioner, that doesn’t protrude through the back of the wall, then you’re looking at an air handler of a ductless air conditioning system–otherwise known as a ductless mini-split system.

Ductless systems work through these wall units, each of which connects to a single outdoor unit where the heat from your home is exhausted. It works similarly to a central system, but instead of a single indoor unit connected to a series of ducts, it has individual air handlers.

Ductless systems have become increasingly popular for homes throughout the U.S. for a wide number of reasons… but is one right for your home? Read on to learn their key features and benefits, then contact us–we can help you make an educated decision.

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