HVAC for Custom Homes

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. These systems ensure comfortable temperatures and air quality levels throughout your house. A HVAC system facilitates the process of replacing the air indoors with air from outside. Along the way into your home, the mechanics of the system adjust the temperature, replenish the oxygen levels, and remove dust, bacteria, moisture, smoke, odors, and carbon dioxide. A well-installed HVAC system keeps the air circulating and prevents the interior air from becoming stagnant.

Custom homes often have special needs when it comes to HVAC installation and repair. At Mountain Air Heating and Cooling, we have over 40 years of experience working with such systems. Not only can we assist you in choosing the best system for your home but we can help make the unit last for as long as possible. If you have a custom home in Shenandoah or surrounding counties, call or email us for any of your HVAC needs.

Challenges Presented by Custom Homes

Custom designed homes require specialized treatment for airflow and quality assurance. Often times, the air duct passages between ceilings and floors are in an unusual shape as compared to standard buildings. In order to make sure the air is evenly distributed throughout your home, a professional had best install your HVAC system. Without disturbing any of your plans, our certified professionals can aid you in the proper positioning of air ducts, the placement of windows and vents, and the testing of insulation. All of this is necessary to provide your family with a comfortable environment at an affordable price.

Analysis of your Custom Home

Custom homes provide a unique challenge for HVAC services. Fortunately, our experts are used to thinking outside of the box. With our extensive knowledge of heating and cooling, we can easily analyze your home and help you to select an appropriate HVAC system. This analysis will also aid you in configuring and installing the air control system. We also provide annual maintenance programs to help you with the upkeep of you HVAC system.

Considerations to Keep in Mind

Cost – The cost of installing an HVAC system in a custom home can be more expensive than a standard building. Call or email us for a free cost estimate as we do strive to be competitively priced.

Efficiency – It is essential to make sure that your airways are tightly sealed. This will increase the efficiency of any system and save you money on your bills. When installing or maintaining your HVAC system, we check for any possible air leaks or duct blockages.

Source – Traditionally, heating sources are in the basement of a building while cooling sources are on the ground floor. For a custom design home, this may not be possible. We work with your designs to place the HVAC system source in an optimal location.

If you have or are designing a custom home, give us a call or send us an email. We can help you work out the different HVAC options and will even give you a free cost estimate for installation, services, or repairs.