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If you have “hot spots” in your home, rooms where the air is just not cooling as it should, our technicians can evaluate your living spaces to determine if your equipment is the right size for your home. Bruno Air’s energy efficiency checks can solve your HVAC concerns. Perhaps you need two separate HVAC zones in your house. In order to properly size your system we perform a “heat load calculation” of your home which includes the layout, the ceiling heights, the number of rooms and square footage, windows, roof, walls, floors, attic, ductwork and insulation values.
Unique SW Florida Climate
Naples and Florida have a unique climate that makes selecting an air conditioner for your home a big decision. It’s an important investment and it will play a major role in your home energy expenses for years to come. When the summer heat is at its worst, you’ll want your family to have the best, most reliable cooling comfort possible. Here are a few things to consider.
What to look for in air conditioning units?
The best ones are efficient, operating on minimal electricity to hold utility bills down. They provide steady, dependable performance year after year when properly maintained. Good systems are quiet, long-lasting and low in service needs.
What size air conditioning unit do I need?
Too large or too small? Obviously, an air conditioner that’s too small won’t keep your home sufficiently cool; but what many don’t realize is that an over sized system will cycle (turn on and off) more than necessary, wasting expensive energy and possibly putting undue strain on the compressor.
Bruno Air Conditioning technicians will assist in making a good decision after making a careful study of your cooling requirements. Window dimensions and exposure, floor space, and insulation all play an import role in determining the most efficient size of your air conditioning unit. The direction your home faces and even the amount of your home’s exterior shaded by trees makes a difference.
Our technicians will specify the cooling capacity of the system in either Btu/h (British thermal units of heat removed per hour) or refrigeration tons (one ton being equal to 12,000 Btu/h).