New Residential Construction HVAC Design from reliable information
With a load calculation, the design of the HVAC system is around the results. The ductwork, the furnace size, an air handler or air conditioning unit, and the number and dimensions of the registers. The load calculation informs all decisions for these items for the new construction HVAC system.
Most new construction homeowners rely on their builders. Builders rely on contractors and contractors; if they don’t have a load performance calculation, they rely on what they’ve always done in the past. If an HVAC system is running 30% more than it should, you’re lessening the lifespan of that equipment, and the parts of that system will run out faster or require more repairs and replacement.
When I first started using load calculations to design a new homes HVAC system, it was a dramatic difference,” said Jon. “It’s impressive when a home is designed using load calculation software. You get the perfect climate in the house.
C.M. Mose and Son for your New Residential Construction home
We have the experience and expertise in performing a load calculation to design your new homes HVAC system. A dedicated Kansas City heating and cooling team that works on-site with your contractor. We complete our work, depending on the size of the house in one day. Other companies may take four or five days to complete the project. We send our team on location to complete our part of the home building process in one day. This process frees the contractor up to schedule the rest of the trades and speeds up the construction process.
We have multiple options for upgrading HVAC equipment. We provide the contractor with a list of possible upgrades the contractor may want. As the contractor, you’re not relying on us to get you pricing. You have the pricing in advance. And you can adjust however you like.
Bottom Line Results Matter
The bottom line is C.M. Mose and Son in Kansas City helps the contractor with comfort, price, flexibility, safety, and state of the art HVAC equipment options. When a new residential construction project is on our schedule, we pay very close attention to the details, just as the contractor does. Our interest is making sure that our job is completed in the right steps saving the builder and the homeowner money in the short and long run.
Build the Most Energy Efficient Home
The most energy-efficient home starts with a load calculation, followed by sizing each room’s supply and return air, and then designing the ductwork to attain the total CFM requirement.