HVAC system design

There’s nothing worse than walking into a stuffy room during summer in Fort Meyers, FL. Except walking into a cold one in winter.

In extreme weather, your HVAC system design makes all the difference. A good design will heat and cool your home with efficiency. A poor design will leave you at the mercy of the elements and cost more money.

Here are a few things you should expect from your HVAC design team.

System Types

Your designer will first decide what type of HVAC system will work best for you. There are a variety of options, and each has its own benefits.

Split Systems

These units have two systems. One for heating and one for cooling. Typically, this system relies on a gas furnace in the basement and a cooling unit. Since many homes in Florida don’t have basements, this won’t work for many.

Ductless split systems are a popular option for hotels and apartments. It’s commonly used because individual units are placed in the ceiling or walls providing each room with a customizable climate.

Hybrid split systems work by utilizing a heat pump and a furnace. These two units give you more control over how to heat and cool your home.

Other Systems

Packaged systems are a more compact option. Combing the heating and cooling type of units into one makes this system ideal for small spaces. Smaller houses where storage is limited are perfect for this system.

Geothermal systems are leaders in energy efficiency. They can be up to four times as efficient as the other systems. Here’s how it works. It utilizes pipes to transfer heat into your house. In the summer, they pull heat out.

HVAC System Design Process

After you’ve chosen your system type, your design team can start with the installation process. This involves calculating air requirements to guarantee that every room will be a unified temperature.

It’s important that the designers give you an idea of the ductwork once installed. This includes the location of vents and any new units.

HVAC Installation

No one wants their home turned into a construction zone. Our team works very hard to ensure there will be minimal disruption to your everyday life.

Once your system is installed, you can’t forget about the importance of maintenance.

Commercial or Personnal HVAC

There are different requirements and regulations for each. Your design team should specialize in your unique needs.

At Ellsworth’s Heating and Cooling, our licensed professionals are experts in both. We are familiar with zoning and multi-stage systems, designing and implementing air conditioning, and much more.

Design Your New HVAC System Now

For those located in Fort Meyers, FL, you know how important working air conditioning is. Don’t waste money with old and inefficient systems. Proper HVAC system design will change your life.

We take pride in our work. Our design team is efficient and knowledgeable. Contact us to turn your home into an oasis from the heat and cold today!