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Everything You Wanted to Know About Replacing Your HVAC, Part 2: Proper HVAC Installation

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McCullough Heating and Air Conditioning has provided quality HVAC installation and replacement services to fellow Austinites since 1977. Our goal is simple; we want to be the first choice for informed, environmentally conscious homeowners seeking an industry-leading HVAC contractor.

We are Austin. We are HVAC.

In this three-part series, Everything You Wanted to Know About Replacing Your HVAC, we do what we love most, giving you the tools to make the best decision for heating and AC installation in your current or new home. In Part 1, Proper HVAC Sizing & Design, we covered the importance of solid HVAC design and why bigger is not better for your AC replacement. Now, it’s time to turn our attention to proper HVAC installation.

Importance of Quality

McCullough Heating and Air Conditioning recognizes the importance of quality. We learned a long time ago that it’s worthwhile to look at things from the customer perspective first. That’s why we have built in checks and balances to verify the accuracy and quality of each heating and AC installation.

When you decide to move forward with an HVAC replacement or installation, you need a reputable contractor who works through the process methodically and efficiently. Our trained pros come to your home to take the necessary measurements and ask the right questions. This thorough process allows us to determine the appropriate size requirements. Taking the measurements alone could stick you with a unit that is two large or too small, either of which can result in a shortened lifespan, low performance, and unsatisfactory home comfort.

Whether you choose us or not, it’s important to recognize a big red flag. If your HVAC contractor doesn’t walk through the property prior to making a recommendation, it’s time to talk to someone else!

While it’s true that investing in Energy Star rated and reputable brands can provide you with long-lasting service, bigger is not better. However, we take into account all components of the system, not just the equipment. Here are just some of the components we will customize for your family’s needs:

  • Ductwork
  • Drain lines
  • Refrigerant piping
  • Exhaust vents
  • Internal dampers
  • Electric components
  • Safety devices

Unlike buying a dishwasher or refrigerator, choosing the right components for a heating or AC installation requires a 360-degree evaluation of all the interrelated pieces. Our team focuses hard on how the end product will provide seamless home comfort for you.

Professional HVAC Installation From NATE-Certified Technicians

It’s also important to look at who is doing the heating and cooling installation. McCullough strives to make the decision easy for you. We stand out from other Austin HVAC contractors in numerous ways, such as:

  • We only do HVAC — and we’re really good at what we do!
  • High quality parts go into every HVAC installation.
  • Our techs will tell you about available rebates that can save you money.
  • Subcontractors? Never heard of them. We do our own work to ensure consistency and quality.
  • You can join our elite Comfort Club for exclusive deals and service priority.
  • All technicians go through an extensive onboarding process. We check backgrounds, call references, and make sure that every pro maintains their NATE certification.
  • Our technicians clean up the worksite. You might find it cleaner than when we came!
  • We guarantee your satisfaction, but before then, we send someone to quality check every heating and AC replacement.

McCullough Heating & Air Conditioning has extensive HVAC installation best practices, and we hold our people accountable to them. Additionally, you will receive an accurate quote and knowledgeable assistance from a courteous, friendly technician.

An Independent QC Inspection on Every HVAC Installation

Did you know that we send a separate QC inspector on EVERY installation? From a simple HVAC replacement to a new built requiring extensive ductwork, units and other components, we send a different technician to check the performance of your new equipment. The other guys don’t do this. Go ahead, ask them. Or, come to us first to benefit from our knowledge, commitment, and good work.

Now that you understand the importance of quality design and installation and what it takes to achieve this, don’t miss our next installment on Making Your Home Energy Efficient, which concludes our series, Everything You Wanted to Know About Replacing Your HVAC.

Find out more about our HVAC installation and replacement services by contacting us today. We would be happy to schedule a no-obligation consultation.

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