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Residential New Construction HVAC Services

Building a home from the ground up offers opportunities to create your ideal indoor environment. Our residential new construction (RNC) pros will ensure the inside of your dream home stays healthy and comfortable every season of the year.

Choosing the Right Systems

When it comes to turning your idea of a dream home into reality, quality HVAC systems matter. Whether you opt for a ducted system or a ductless one, you’ll want a model that meets your needs without sending your energy bills through the roof.  Armor Heating & Air LLC offers many energy-efficient systems. There’s a variety of control systems to consider as well, including Wi-Fi thermostats that let you manage settings remotely. Our RNC professionals can help you select the model that fits your budget and fulfills your unique comfort requirements.

System Sizing

Determining which type of system is best for you is only the beginning of the installation process. It’s critical to ensure that the equipment is neither too weak nor too powerful. The system’s size reflects its overall capacity to heat or cool your home. An undersized system will run for long cycles, trying but failing to keep everyone comfortable. A unit that’s too large will cycle on and off frequently, driving up your energy bills. Getting the size right begins with an inspection of your home’s design plans and site. From the building’s size to the number of windows, we analyze numerous design factors to calculate the ideal system size.

Installation Protocols

Working with your general contractor or construction manager, we’ll install your HVAC for optimal performance and efficiency. Before installation, we’ll double-check measurements to make sure that they’re accurate. From start to finish, we’ll stay involved in every aspect of the system implementation.

  • Connect, seal and insulate ductwork properly for robust airflow.

  • Lay out and fasten down refrigerant lines and electrical wiring.

  • Position the outdoor unit in the correct location and secure it on a pad.

  • Charge the system with the correct amount of refrigerant.

  • Conduct a series of tests to ensure everything runs properly.