Dayco Systems Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Roswell’

What Factors Go Into my AC Installation Cost?

Monday, March 28th, 2022
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A common question we get as a professional HVAC contractor is “what will my air conditioning installation cost?” We’d love to be able to answer this upfront and give you a cost you’ll feel satisfied with. The real answer is, though, “it depends!”

There are actually a number of factors that go into how much an AC installation will cost, and therefore the better question is, “what factors go into my AC installation?” It’s going to depend on the type of air conditioner you choose, what your current ductwork setup is like, your air conditioner’s SEER rating, and last but certainly not least, the company you hire for the job!

Read on to learn more.

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Benefits of Installing an Air Purifier

Monday, February 21st, 2022
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What a lot of Roswell area homeowners don’t realize is that their indoor air quality can actually be worse than that of the outdoors, particularly without the right products and services in place. One of these products is an air purifier!

There are a few different types of air purifiers. Yes, there is a portable air purifier, but that’s not what we’re here to talk about today. We want to discuss whole-house air purifiers and how they will benefit your home–ionization, electronic, and UV air purifiers can each accomplish this in different ways.

Read on as we uncover the benefits of having a whole-house air purifier installed, from breathing better in your home to enjoying more efficient heating and cooling in your home.

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“What Type of Furnace Filter Do I Need?”

Monday, February 14th, 2022
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There’s a fairly common misconception amongst Roswell area homeowners in regards to their HVAC air filters. Given their name, people assume that air filters do exactly as their name implies–filter the air. But there are different types of air filters, and the one that comes standard with your furnace installation isn’t there to protect your air, but rather to protect the furnace.

Now, there are different kinds of “air filters,” air filtration systems, and air purifiers with replaceable filters that are designed specifically to filter out your indoor air, making it cleaner and easier to breathe. But the furnace air filter works to keep debris such as dust, dirt, and more out of the furnace and off of the heating system’s sensitive components.

There are also different types of HVAC air filters, including fiberglass mesh, pleated, and even “permanent” air filters. Read on to learn more!

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2 Story House Air Conditioning Tips

Monday, July 19th, 2021

It makes sense, if you have a large home in the Roswell area, that you want to keep your home as cool as possible, and do so efficiently. After all, not only do we have the high heat to contend with but also the sweltering humidity. This makes for a really uncomfortable environment, without the right systems in place.

And even when you do have the right systems in place, you want to ensure you’re using them well. We mean, using them in a way that doesn’t waste energy and leaves you spending way more than you should. Read on for our AC tips for 2-story homes!

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How Long Do AC Units Last in Georgia?

Monday, May 3rd, 2021
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The short answer to this question is that the expected lifespan of any given air conditioner is about 10-15 years, with most AC manufacturer warranties covering repairs and replacement for 10 years.

There are a lot of factors that impact this lifespan though. For instance, the type of air conditioner you have matters. The most common types of air conditioners in Georgia homes are the central AC system, the ductless mini-split, and the heat pump system. Ductless systems tend to last a little longer as a whole system because you can replace each air handler as they fail without replacing the whole entire system. Standard heat pumps and central AC systems though stick pretty firmly to that average lifespan.

There is one service in particular that you can invest in that makes it possible for these systems to reach that lifespan and not quit on you before then—maintenance!

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