Since the current heating system barely made it through the last winter, something needs to be done before cold weather returns. The problem is that the homeowner has no idea how to evaluate the options for a new system. This is where the expertise of a professional contractor will make all the difference.
Assessing the Needs of the Home
One of the first things that the professional from Sunshine Renewable Energy will do is conduct a complete inspection of your home. The goal is to determine what type of system would provide the most efficient and energy friendly solution. This involves considering factors like the amount of space that must be heated, the condition of the windows, and even the height of the ceilings.
The contractor will also want to go into the attic and take a look at the existing insulation. Based on the results of the inspection, the contractor can sit down with the homeowner and begin to go over the options.
Going With Something a Little Different
While the contractor could recommend a system that is much like the one that is about to be replaced, there is also the possibility that the professional will recommend something that is a little different. For example, the contractor may want to discuss the possibility of using some sort of ductless heating system for the home.
This option can work very well in a number of settings. The equipment basically involves connecting an exterior unit to an interior unit and warming the air as it is moved into the home. One of the great things about this approach is that the units are compact and very energy efficient. They also do not require using the old duct work or installing any new ducts. They also make it possible to close off rooms that the homeowner does not wish to heat, a factor that helps to further reduce energy costs.
Attempting to choose a new system without understanding what will work is an expensive enterprise. Choosing to work with a professional makes it possible to focus on new heating systems that will do the job, and come with the features that the owner wants. Best of all, the contractor can take care of all the details related to the purchase and the installation.