Many business owners and homeowners look are fed up with HVAC systems that need to be looked at every couple months and just don’t seem to work right.
As a consultant first, I spend time to see how you live, and I ask a lot of questions to determine what the best solution is for you, or if would be better to wait. This may not sound like a typical salesperson, because I’m not. My ultimate goal is to design a system that improves the quality of your life – whether that is at home with your family, or at work with your employees. Your whole system needs to make sense, or you shouldn’t do it.
As a homeowner and/or business owner, your electricity costs are a monthly expense that are heavily influenced by your HVAC system. Here are some benefits of doing some basic diagnostics followed by a proper design.
Residential Duct Diagnostics
No money out of pocket for most initial duct diagnostics! You will get to see in a very intuitive way how your system is (or is not) working and where the quick fixes exist. Fixing the filter, cleaning the unit and sealing air leaks around the unit are usually the first order of business… but if you don’t test, you won’t know!
Once we have a baseline for your system, your wants and needs for your home can be identified and realized.
Commercial Commercial Duct Diagnostics
Long term cost savings are the main benefit of commercial duct diagnostics and upgrades. Significant savings can be realized when looking at how the energy you are paying for moves (or doesn’t) out of your equipment and into the space.
Position your company as a leader in human health by reducing your environmental dirt load and offering truly great indoor air quality that is monitored and controlled. In today’s economy, consumers are more concerned with causes than ever before. Market yourself as health oriented, and take a stand with clean air.
Not only are more consumers doing business with businesses they align with ethically, so are employees. Operating in an conscious way can improve morale and employee attraction and retention.
Is a Duct Design Right for You?
When we meet, we look at several factors to determine if a duct design will benefit you. Some of the considerations we look into include:
Your current utility bills. The bigger your electric bills, the more money you can expect to save by improving your duct system.
Your potential savings. We compare the comfort, health and utility costs you are paying now vs. making a permanent fix in your air distribution system and how that can impact your next equipment purchase
Replacement costs. We look at the cost of the entire HVAC system including installation and equipment to make a fair comparison – not one biased towards a company.
Your goals. We need to understand your long-term goals including how affected by your system you are now, and how you expect it to operate moving forward, how long you plan on staying in your home, and any other air quality needs you have.
Why do I ask so many questions?
Because there are a lot of people in the HVACmindustry who just want to sell equipment, even if it isn’t your best interest. As an expert in design, I want to create the perfect system for your needs, which may or may not include new equipment.
Give me a call today to schedule your free consultation and learn what options will save you money and give you a better quality of life!