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HVAC New Construction

One of the things that you need to take into consideration when building a new home is your HVAC system. Retrofitting an already built home with an HVAC system is typically more expensive and difficult to do, and planning your HVAC system to coincide with your new construction will ensure that it ends up heating and cooling your home as effectively and efficiently as possible. The following are just some of the benefits of planning your HVAC system at the same time as your new construction:

Proper Sizing

When it comes to HVAC systems, there is no "one-size-fits-all" system. Installing HVAC units that are either too big or too small can have serious consequences. An HVAC system that is too small will have trouble heating or cooling your entire home and will have to run constantly in order to meet your heating and cooling needs, which can result in a lot of wear and tear on the system. An HVAC unit that is too big results in an inefficient system - while it should have no problem heating or cooling your home, it will most likely use up way more energy than is required. Here at Waggoners', we will work closely with engineers and home builders in order to ensure that your HVAC system is properly sized for your new construction.

Energy Code Compliance

We take into account numerous factors in order to ensure that your new construction meets all required energy codes, including the climate and the lot you are building on. We use industry standard, technologically-advanced procedures to make sure that your HVAC system runs efficiently and that it easily passes all energy regulations.

Effective Ductwork Design

We will work with the general contractor during all phases of new construction so that we can effectively plan a ductwork system that is appropriate for your house and that will deliver air conditioned air and heat in an efficient manner throughout your home. Ductwork that isn't planned out in conjunction with new construction can lead to undersized ducts, ducts that are too long and a lack of returns, all of which can result in numerous problems, from poor air quality to poor air distribution. 

At Waggoners', our HVAC professionals will work closely with your general contractors in order to ensure that your new construction is properly outfitted with an efficient and effective HVAC system.

We specialize in installing the best equipment on the market. We'll help you find the right product to fit your needs and your budget.

Contact: Amy Cameron
Office: 405.809.2015
Cell: 405.706.0252

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