If you’re looking to install a new HVAC unit, then rely on DeSantis Appliance and AC Service Inc to help you choose the best unit for your home. We’ve been providing professional HVAC services to homeowners in The Villages, Florida since 1978. We offer modern, high-tech systems designed to make your home more energy-efficient and your life easier. Consider the following three factors when choosing a new HVAC unit.
The Size and Needs of Your Home
If an HVAC unit is too big, you’ll waste energy and money — too small and you’ll overwork your unit. Our Trane Comfort Specialist technicians begin each in-home load analysis by determining the total square footage you need to heat and cool. They also take into account the unique characteristics of your home by reviewing features such as windows, ducts, shade, insulation, and geographical climate.
The Florida Climate
Florida often enjoys a very warm and humid climate, however, some winter nights can dip down into chilly temperatures. You’ll need to install a complete HVAC system that can efficiently heat and cool your home. After a free in-home consultation, we’ll suggest equipment combinations to perfectly suit your needs. We offer the latest Trane HVAC products known for being reliable, durable, and efficient.
The Command Center
When upgrading to a new HVAC unit, consider installing a smart thermostat by Trane. Connecting a ComfortLink digital thermostat to your new system allows you to manage your energy use and comfort with custom heating and cooling schedules. The 7-inch, interactive color touch screen also provides live weather forecasts, maintenance alerts, and room-by-room control. With remote access from any internet-enabled computer, smartphone, or tablet, you’ll have an energy command center at your fingertips no matter where you are.
Choosing and installing a new HVAC unit can be easy with the help of an experienced contractor. Contact DeSantis Appliance & AC Service Inc at 352-254-4634 to schedule your free in-home consultation today.
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