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3 Compelling Reasons Your HVAC System’s Size Matters

May 28, 2020

When it’s time to replace your HVAC system in Sunland Park, New Mexico, HVAC size matters. Heating and air conditioning systems are sized to handle a range of heating and cooling loads. Load calculations take into account your home’s size, construction materials, windows and more. The load calculation should be the first step in your process of working with one of our HVAC contractors for an HVAC installation. Here are top three reasons why:

Extends System Lifespan

An HVAC system that’s the right size for your home will last longer. It won’t have to cycle as frequently, which reduces wear and tear on the motor. Electrical components will also last longer. Frequent on and off cycling also stresses other system components, including the hoses, valves, switches and gauges. Purchasing the right HVAC size could also mean fewer breakdowns caused by wear and tear.

Increases Your Comfort

A properly sized HVAC system keeps you comfortable. Your home’s temperature will be more consistent when the system cycles at regular intervals for the right amount of time. There won’t be rooms that are too hot or too cold because of too much or too little airflow. Properly sized HVAC systems also do a better job at humidity control.

Lower Energy Bills

According to the Department of Energy, buying an HVAC system that’s too big or too small will run up your utility bills by as much as 30 percent. Too much capacity causes frequent on and off cycling. The powering up of the system for the start of each cycle uses a lot of electricity. Too little capacity causes the system to cycle for long periods of time, which also wastes your money. Your HVAC contractor should properly calculate the HVAC load your home needs and show you which systems have that capacity.

For more information about how HVAC size matters to your comfort, check out Scott Heating, Cooling & Plumbing’s HVAC installation services, or call us for more info.

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