While you’re planning your new home, you consider a lot of things. The size of the rooms, how much storage you’ll have, and the floor plan. Something that often falls by the wayside, is your HVAC system. Installing a system after the fact, while it can be done, is a lot less ideal than having it done while your home is being built. So what do you need to consider?
Proper system design. This is your main reason for installing during your build. Your HVAC installer will have full access to ensure that your ductwork and ventilation are laid out efficiently making sure that your system works the way it’s designed to.
In-floor heating. Waking to a cold floor is a morning shock that most of us can do without. With in-floor heating, your first step in the morning will be as warm as your oatmeal. Give yourself the comfort you deserve!
Something that often gets overlooked in new builds is your garage. If you’ve decided to build a room over your garage, or if you plan on using your garage during the winter months, warmth is going to be a factor. Make sure that your HVAC system reaches that part of your home!