Sunset Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘HVAC Services’

Heat Pump and Furnace Services We Offer

Monday, January 8th, 2024

If you have either a heat pump or a furnace in your home, you undoubtedly love its performance and how effectively it heats your home–that is until it stops working properly. No matter what type of system you have in your home, we provide prompt repairs along with other services. 

In the changing world of HVAC technology, we’d like to remind our customers about the types of HVAC service we provide. These services include things that are usually on an “as needed” basis such as a repair or an installation. Some are things that are just as important and should be scheduled regularly such as routine maintenance. 

Let’s go over all the HVAC services we provide. We aim to be your one-stop shop for all your HVAC needs. Here’s what we can do for you.

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What Can Go Wrong With a Shoddy Ductless Installation?

Monday, February 25th, 2019

technicians-hands-working-on-ductworkOne of the most common alternatives to ducted forced-air heating and cooling systems in modern homes is the ductless mini split system. Rather than operating through a network of air ducts connected to an indoor air handler and evaporator unit, ductless systems basically break up the indoor unit and blower fans—air handlers—and distribute conditioned air into the individual rooms of your home, independently of one another.

If you’ve ever been in a friend’s home and seen something up on the wall that sort of resembles a window AC, but doesn’t go back through the wall, what you’re looking at is part of a ductless system. Those wall hanging units are hooked up to a single outdoor cabinet, creating a central heat pump system, but without ducts.

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“I Want Zone Controlled Heating, What Are My Options?”

Monday, December 17th, 2018

ductless system air handlerZone control heating, or air conditioning for that matter, is one of the most efficient ways to condition a home. The reason we say this is because with zoning, each room can have its own temperature, meaning each family member in your household can heat or cool their space to their specific preference.

If you’re purchasing a central furnace for the first time, then a great option is to have dampers installed in the ductwork upon its installation to achieve this zone control heating. But what if you already have a furnace in place? Can you still have zone controlled heating? Your ducts can be retrofitted, but it is a complicated process and is better performed during installation. That doesn’t mean you’re out of luck! You may just want to consider a different type of heating system that can also serve as an air conditioner—the ductless system.

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