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Atlanta Air Conditioning Installation Guide: Examine Your Ductwork

Installing a new air conditioning system is a big deal for most homeowners; it’s a big investment and a piece of equipment that will be in your home for a long time. Replacing your air conditioning system will not only make your home more comfortable, it will also be much more energy efficient than your old unit.

However, before you install your new system there are a few things that you should do. In addition to consulting with an Atlanta air conditioning contractor to find the best AC system for your home’s needs, you should also have your ducts examined.

Air ducts are an essential part of any forced air system. But without regular maintenance, your air ducts can become leaky or broken, resulting in inefficient heating and cooling. They can also accumulate dust and other indoor air pollutants unless they are cleaned on a regular basis. If you are installing a new air conditioning system, it’s a good idea to make sure that your ducts are clean and in good repair. A professional inspection will identify any damage, debris, or other problems that could prevent your AC from functioning effectively.

You also need to make sure that your ducts are the right size for your air conditioner, and that you have enough vents to distribute the air throughout your home. This is only of the many things that your Atlanta air conditioning contractor will check as a part of the installation process. While it might seem like a minor issue, your ductwork can have a big impact on both the comfort of your home and your utility bills.

Properly installed and maintained ductwork is vital for the operation of your HVAC system, including your new central air conditioning unit. If you are thinking about having a new air conditioning system installed, give the professionals at Cool Air Mechanical a call today! We will inspect your home and ductwork to ensure that your new system will work as effectively as possible.

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