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Building A Home? How To Choose The Right HVAC System

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If you're building a home, now's the time to choose your HVAC system. Choosing the right heating and cooling system is one of the most important things you can do for your home. There are several systems to choose from. If you're not sure how to choose the right HVAC system for your home, read the list provided below. Here are some tips to help you choose the system that's right for your home. 

Split System 

When it comes to choosing an HVAC system, split systems are among the most common options. Split systems, divide the heating and cooling into two separate units. The heating unit gets installed inside the home. The air conditioning unit gets installed outside. One of the benefits of this type of system is that it also provides ventilation. The ventilation system helps to improve air quality. This reduces allergy and asthma symptoms. 

Heat Pump

If you want to combine your heating and cooling, now's the time to talk to your contractor about a heat pump. This type of system uses a blower to circulate air throughout the house. The air gets heated or cooled as it passes through the system. Heat pump systems are energy efficient. They're also less expensive to operate. That means you'll save money on your heating and cooling costs. 


If you don't want to install ducts in your new home, a duct-free HVAC system is your best option. Duct-free HVAC systems are easier to install and don't need as much maintenance. Plus, duct-free systems let you control the temperatures independently. That means you can adjust the temperatures in each room. This is beneficial when you and your family can't agree on the temperature. As an added benefit, there are no bulky heating and cooling units to install. Instead, small wall-mounted units get installed inside the house. 


If you live in a warmer region of the United States, it's time to talk to your contractor about a contained HVAC system. Contained HVAC systems provide heating and cooling from one central unit. Contained HVAC systems are compact. That makes them the perfect option for smaller homes. This type of HVAC system is also energy efficient so you can save money on your energy costs. Plus, they use less heating fuel, which means they're better for the environment. 

Now that you're building a new home, don't forget about the heating and cooling. For questions about your heating and cooling options, talk to a residential HVAC contractor near you.