Investing in a new furnace, heat pump or air conditioning unit allows you to choose a better, more effective, more energy-efficient model. By making the right selection, you and your family can enjoy consistent indoor comfort and air quality while reducing the cost of your utility bill.
Before taking advantage of this home improvement project, however, you have to take several factors into account. One important consideration involves your homeowners association (HOA).
Your HOA is governed by the codes, covenants and restrictions (CC&Rs) it adopts and to which homeowners must abide. It might have rules on excessive noise, especially that coming from lawn mowers and other related equipment. Keep this in mind when you buy an HVAC unit. The good news is that there are central heat and air conditioning systems available on the market today that are designed to run quietly. Make sure to keep your system well-maintained, however, as a lack of upkeep can cause it to make too much noise over time.
Type of HVAC Unit
Some HOA CC&Rs may also dictate what kinds of HVAC units aren’t allowed. They could also outline rules on where the outdoor units must be installed, and may even ban installation of them at the side residential properties where they can be seen from the street.
Adherence to local building codes is imperative when it comes to installing heating and cooling systems. Be sure to hire a professional HVAC contractor who can install your new unit properly and ensure that you’re compliant with all the codes. By working with a certified HVAC technician, your furnace, heat pump or air conditioner will be installed according to manufacturer standards. This also reduces the need for frequent repairs.
Call the Pros at M & M Today!
For your heating repair or AC replacement needs, turn to M & M Heating & Air Conditioning Service Co. With our expertise, we can ensure your HVAC system’s long-term performance and efficiency. Call (209) 952-6580 or fill out our contact form to schedule a service today.