Air Conditioning Repair And Installation
A professional AC installation always begins with proper system design. This includes running load calculations on the living area and sub-domains to determine the appropriate capacity requirements for the equipment. Poorly designed AC systems may not adequately cool every area of the building, and some rooms may remain hot and humid even while the system is operating. For this reason, contractors who do not run complete ACCA Manual J load calculations should be avoided.As a full-service air conditioning contractor, we provide ongoing support long after the AC installation is completed. This includes AC repair and maintenance services designed to keep your equipment operating at peak efficiency for many years to come.
Heating Installation and Repair
A successful furnace or heat pump installation consists of several stages beginning with the establishment of the capacity requirements of the home or office the equipment will service. A unit that is oversized can cause excessive noise, drafts and inadequate air movement. At Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. we conduct a complete energy assessment on the building envelope to identify inexpensive opportunities to save energy and reduce the cost of the heating equipment. When the appropriate heating appliance has been selected, factory trained technicians install the unit to exacting standards, so the performance of the equipment will conform to the manufacturer’s specifications. A malfunctioning furnace can have an adverse effect on health and safety, especially in small children and the elderly. When HVAC equipment fails, it is important to hire a professional heating contractor with extensive experience in all aspects of heating repair.
HVAC Replacement and Repair
Modern air conditioning equipment is federally mandated to provide a minimum 13 SEER efficiency rating. The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is a measurement adopted by the Department of Energy that allows consumers to compare the relative efficiency of different brands and models of air conditioners. Replacing an older 10 SEER air conditioner installed in the mid-1990s with a new 13 SEER unit can save up to 30 percent on monthly energy costs. Heating and air conditioning equipment is complex, and when a system fails, HVAC contractors dispatch NATE certified technicians trained and certified in all aspects of furnace operation and the refrigeration cycle. These service professionals use a variety of analytic and diagnostic tools to quickly identify the source of the malfunction. At Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. our commitment to service is evident in our fully staffed service department and a well-stocked fleet of service vehicles.
The Fixed Right-Guaranteed® is a promise Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. extends to each and every one of our valued customers. It means that we will provide finest HVAC systems and top-quality services and repairs in every job. Because we carry heating and air conditioning systems that are up to ACCA Quality Assurance guidelines and adhere to the technician training requirements outlined by The North American Technician Excellence, the Fixed Right-Guaranteed® is a promise our air conditioning company can keep every time. When it comes to offering our customers the best, we don’t stop there. When you sign a maintenance agreement with us and become a Davis club member, your Fixed Right-Guaranteed® 1-year limited parts and labor warranty on all repairs is automatically doubled to 2-years and becomes the Annual Fixed Right Guaranteed HVAC System Tune-Up® promise. Read on to learn more about this premium maintenance plan from Davis Air Conditioning & Heating.
Over the last two decades, improvements in energy conservation science have resulted in the construction of buildings with tight perimeters and minimal air leakage. While modern homes and offices are far more efficient, undesirable particulate matter can become trapped indoors, aggravating respiratory conditions and reducing HVAC efficiency. Normal daily activities generate a substantial quantity of indoor contaminants, including human and animal dander, dust, pollen and debris. These pollutants are recycled through the heating and air conditioning system an average of 5-7 times a day. Even with effective filtration, the interior surface of the ductwork, air handler and evaporator coil can become coated with a sticky layer of unhealthy grime. This condition provides nutrients for a variety of undesirable biological organisms and degrades indoor air quality.