Ready to replace your HVAC system?
E3 INNOVATE will help you find an efficient system that best meets your needs and your budget. We provide complete HVAC services including sizing, design, system installations, smart thermostat installations, and routine maintenance. There is a lot to consider when purchasing a new system. We’re here to answer your questions, listen to your concerns, and provide you with options that best fit the needs of your home. We also offer convenient financing options to make the process that much easier.
Don’t wait until you are left with an emergency replacement.
HVAC systems inevitably fail during the hottest or coldest days of the year, leaving homeowners scrambling to get a new unit as quickly as possible. When this happens, E3 can provide you with a fast installation of a replacement unit. However, if you wait until your unit fails, there is little time for proper design and considerations. An HVAC system is an investment that will last 15-20 years if properly sized and maintained, so it is important to install a system that serves your home the way you need it to.
Here are six signs that it may be time to replacing your HVAC system:
- Your system is making more noise than usual.
- Some rooms in your home feel too hot or too cold.
- The air coming from the registers no longer feels hot or cold.
- Your home feels unusually humid and stuffy.
- Your system needs frequent repairs.
- Your energy bills are higher than usual.
Did you know? A bigger system is not always the answer.
Air conditioning and heating systems perform best when they are the right size for your home. Having a system that is too big or too small can quickly deteriorate performance, comfort, and indoor air quality. In fact, oversized HVAC systems, a common problem in both old and new homes, can contribute to high indoor humidity levels. Installing the wrong size can lead to problems down the road and trigger maintenance issues that require frequent air conditioner repair.
E3 INNOVATE will find your perfect system.
E3 uses industry standards and the latest modeling software to determine the best sized HVAC unit for your space and needs, often saving consumers money by recommending smaller, more efficient units. By using professional Manual J, S, T, and D software, we can determine the appropriate size of equipment and design the proper air supply system.
Once we complete a sizing calculation, E3 provides a customized set of options for your home. We focus on providing and installing high efficiency equipment that many companies don’t offer. Generally, we recommend one of three options: 1) high-efficiency conventional systems, 2) ductless mini-split systems, or 3) geothermal systems. However, our load calculations can be used with any brand from Lennox to WaterFurnace and everything in between.
Save money and more.
Benefits of having the right size and type of HVAC unit include:
- A more comfortable home.
- A more durable home.
- Fewer costly HVAC repairs.
- Decreased operating costs.
- Decreased installation costs.
- Less pollution emitted into the environment.
E3 offers extended service maintenance plans that helps ensure your home continues to perform year after year. In the same way your mechanic provides routine maintenance on your vehicle, E3 will check all the systems in your home on a regular basis to keep it running smoothly. From annual equipment servicing to routine crawlspace and attic evaluations and cleaning, we take care of it so you don’t have to. Talk to a certified expert today for more information.
What are the benefits of conventional HVAC systems, ductless mini-splits and geothermal?
High efficiency conventional systems: Allow you to optimally utilize the existing duct systems in your home. Save money, time, and energy!
Ductless mini-split system: These mini-splits are a great option for heating and cooling a targeted area of the property without the expense and inefficiency of a duct system. Say goodbye to inconsistent indoor temperatures.
Geothermal HVAC: The most renewable and earth-friendly option to heat and cool your home. Drawing heat from the earth, geothermal systems are the next solar panels of this generation.