Here at Mitchell Solar Solutions, we excel in helping property owners to equip their homes and other real estate with up-to-date effective heating and air conditioning equipment, because your investment in your property guarantees a better return.
This looks different for different properties, of course. There are a lot of choices to make, and design decisions that have to be thought about when you’re trying to maintain or replace an HVAC system in a particular building. A lot of this has to do with how a building has been designed and set up from the very beginning – which can be a challenge, since quite a few homes were built 50 or 100 or 200 years ago.
Some Vital Property Factors
In thinking about these changes to your HVAC system, you have to consider how old your existing system is and how it’s built into your home.
You also want to have an idea of 25 year or 50 year extreme highs and low temperatures, in order to plan for the HVAC power that you’ll need in each season. On the plumbing end, you can also think about the potential for freezing pipes in winter, to prevent this type of property damage.
In addition, you want to look at how the existing system works through your physical property footprint, and how it’s built into your home or property.
Split Air Conditioning Units
One nice option is to take advantage of a split air conditioning system where the condenser and compressor are outside, and the fan and evaporating coil are inside the building.
Splitting things up this way can make it easier to accommodate the airflow that you need with the building footprint that you have. Also, the outside components can easily be swapped out without trying to work inside the building.
A key consideration, though, is ductwork. Since these systems deliver and return air through ductwork, it’s important to have fully functional ductwork in good condition. Without that, you might want to try to brainstorm some more and go back to the drawing table to seek out the best HVAC options.
Mitchell Solar Solutions and Your Property
We use Daikin air conditioner equipment to put together split AC systems for the home. We can also equip your property with hybrid or tankless water heaters, or install solar equipment on the roof. Ask us about what’s possible with your property, to get better HVAC efficiency, green energy savings, and more.