Good Work In Heating And Air Conditioning - Hall Heating and Air

Good Work In Heating And Air Conditioning

In HVAC work, there are some important factors to consider when you’re trying to choose a company to help you to improve your property.

First, you need a company that will assess your space and understand how air flows through a housing unit or dwelling.

This is a top-level kind of analysis – it’s not just a technician showing up to replace a part. It’s a lot more than that. Good technicians and teams have a knowledge of what’s new in the industry, and how the latest science approaches everything from air cooling to indoor air quality. New types of ductwork, for instance, may make a big difference in an HVAC floor plan. 

We look deeply at what’s involved in an HVAC floor plan, and how to address any changes or deficiencies that exist. Then we talk about it with you, to come up with the right solution. 

Quality of Installation

Over the years, we have found that the quality of installation makes a difference in output for HVAC systems. The numbers bear this out, too, as we point out on the website. We find that up to 80% of system performance can boil down to installation quality at a given property. That’s no small potatoes!

With that in mind, creating the best floor plan and applying the right resources saves you money, keeping your home or business property comfortable during extreme hot or cold seasons. 

Camera Work

Sometimes the proof is in the pudding, and that’s where you want some actual evidence of what’s going on with your systems.

We offer the ability to create a visual documentation of your HVAC system, so that you can better understand what’s going on and how to fix it. The combination of available photos and skilled technician input can “show and tell” what’s going on under the hood, so to speak, with your HVAC, and that’s a big value for property owners who are hands-on, who like to know what went wrong and think about fixes. 

Repair or Replace

That’s always the equation in HVAC – whether to keep replacing parts on a system, or replace the whole aging apparatus with a new installation. 

It’s tempting to avoid a whole re-do, but with some aging systems, it’s going to cost more to prop up an antiquated furnace or air conditioner in the long run. Some of that has to do with parts and other market realities. 

We help provide consultation on these issues, and we offer financing for bigger jobs. Talk to Hall Heating and Air LLC in the Texas panhandle about your HVAC.