At RES Air Conditioning, we partner with premier HVAC brands and offer competitive equipment pricing. Additionally, our team of trained and experienced HVAC technicians provide the very best in new construction HVAC installation services.
No matter what your professional new construction HVAC needs may be, our team of qualified and experienced technicians are ready to take on the job. We provide new construction HVAC installation for residential developments in Tyler, Longview, Kilgore, and the surrounding areas.
Our company is a leading HVAC contractor in the area, and we have built our reputation for excellence, one job at a time. RES Air Conditioning maintains an excellent rating with the local Better Business Bureau (BBB). We have also earned the distinction of being a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, which is awarded to contractors who demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction and excellence in HVAC installation, repairs, maintenance, and service.
One of the most important parts of any new construction job is making sure that you have the right installation crew. No matter how powerful the HVAC system, the equipment will not be able to perform optimally unless it is professionally installed by experienced HVAC technicians.
When it comes to residential projects, it is vital that all aspects of your new construction HVAC installation are handled with care and professionalism so that you can maximize efficiency and performance.
The experienced team of HVAC technicians at RES Air Conditioning takes pride in making sure that every development receives the individual attention and quality service that they deserve. From sizing the heating and cooling equipment properly to making sure that all codes are met, we make sure that we take care of every detail that makes your new HVAC construction installation a success.
Selecting an HVAC system for a new home isn’t as easy as you might think. Not all HVAC systems are created equal! While there are plenty of questions to ask before buying a new heating and cooling system, here are three of the main considerations:
The most critical part of installing a new or replacement HVAC system is sizing. If the system is too small, it will run constantly, and won’t be able to keep your new home comfortable. But if the unit is too large, it will cycle on and off regularly which drives up your energy bills. Plus, an oversized unit could cause humidity problems. Your best bet is to get a certified contractor like RES to evaluate the plans for the new home and calculate the correct size. Every home is different; even houses that are next door to each other could require a different size of air conditioner or furnace. Qualified HVAC contractors like RES Air Conditioning use industry-standard practices. You can only get the correct HVAC size with proper measurements and accurate data about the building materials used.
Listen, we get it. When you’re building a brand new home, it’s easy to justify paying for upgrades to the things you’ll see every single day: the floors, the bathrooms, or the kitchen. But consider this: you’ll be using your air conditioning and heating system every single day. Hiding behind the walls and above the ceiling is the system that keeps you comfortable. Not only that, your heating and cooling system will make up nearly half of your energy bill. So, it pays to consider the efficiency of your new HVAC system. The higher the efficiency, the more money you’ll save on your energy bills. At RES, we offer plenty of energy-saving products like ductless systems and units. And, selecting a high-efficiency cooling and heating product helps protect our environment. Another reason to go green? You can take advantage of special incentive offers. It’s a win-win…win!
Your new construction home equipped with your new HVAC system won’t be new for very long. Eventually, your system will require repair. You should always check what kind of warranty you will have. Remember, a home warranty has many restrictions on the types of qualifying repairs. Also, think about the long-term maintenance of your system. Even when your unit is brand new, you should make sure to schedule maintenance. We strongly recommend a maintenance agreement so that your system runs smoothly for as long as possible.