Keep your family comfortable throughout the year with professional HVAC services performed by the certified technicians at M&K Heating and Air Conditioning. We have over 35 years of experience and can help you maximize your home’s energy efficiency!
Our certified technicians are available 24/7/365 for all services with no extra charge for after-hours, emergencies, weekends, or holidays! M&K Heating and Air Conditioning can also provide you with same-day or next-day installations if you need a new unit installed ASAP! Call M&K Heating and Air Conditioning directly or book an appointment with us online today!
What does HVAC means?
An HVAC system is any unit that is installed in your home that supplies it with heating, ventilation, or air conditioning. Using a thermostat, a homeowner is able to control the indoor temperature of their home depending on their personal comfort preferences. An HVAC system is made up of numerous different components. However, some of the main units that you may have installed in your home include a furnace, heat pump, broiler, or air conditioning unit. Further, your HVAC system also includes your air ducts, vents, and your thermostat.
What are the different types of HVAC systems?
There are four different types of HVAC systems. These systems are:
What is the proper size HVAC system for my home?
To determine the properly sized HVAC system for your home, homeowners will need to consider the following:
Determining the properly size HVAC unit for your home is key to ensuring you are able to optimize your energy efficiency. Therefore, we suggest booking a consultation with one of our certified HVAC technicians, who will be able to provide you with professional advice on which unit will work optimally in your home.
We also offer no payments with 0% interest on all new HVAC installations!
How can I find the system that’s right for me?
To find the correct HVAC unit for your home, it is always best to consult a professional company for guidance. This is because a unit that is either too small or too large for your home will cost you more money in the long run and break more frequently than a unit that has been appropriately sized for your home.