Best Size HVAC System for your home
AIR CONDITIONING · ENERGY SAVINGS · HEATING · REPLACEMENT * HVAC SYSTEM SIZING
HOW TO KNOW WHAT THE BEST SIZE HVAC SYSTEM IS FOR YOUR HOME
Choosing the right heating, ventilating and air conditioning system can be a daunting task. One needs to be careful because there are various factors to be observed in order for the systems to perform efficiently. For your family’s comfort you need to make good choices, for example, you should not go for big conditioners because they use up a lot of electricity neither should you go for small ones because they will disappoint you by not warming the house.
Here are some tips to help you choose the best HVAC system sizing:
With the help of a tape measure, measure the width and length of the part of the house you want to put the air conditioner. Some mathematics is required in order to tell the size of the whole house.
In order to successfully install your conditioner, you need to work with numbers. After measuring it is now time to find out the square footage of the room you want to keep the system. All you need to do is multiply the length by width if it is a rectangular or a square.
If you are not sure about the square footage. You should contact an auditor for the real measurements of your home. Another way is through going over your property tax report. An important thing to note while measuring your home is not to include the basement this is because that part does not require to be cooled.
4. DETERMINE COOLING CAPACITY
After undergoing the aforementioned tips, the moment you have been waiting for is here. What you are required to do is regulate the cooling capacity to the level where you feel comfortable.
5. HEAT LOAD CALCULATIONS
It is necessary to take into account the amount of heat produced by each and every individual in that home. The calculation is not hard all that you need to do is first put together the total heat made by every member then divide it by cooling capacity. The permitted heat is 600 British thermal unit for every single person.
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