Home HVAC Questions


Yes, many HVAC companies offer complimentary, no-obligation estimates for both the HVAC system and its installation. These estimates typically include details on the cost of labor, parts pricing, warranty specifications, and energy efficiency options, allowing you to make the right decision about your HVAC needs.


Yes, HVAC systems may qualify for tax credits in certain circumstances. The availability of tax credits can vary depending on factors such as the type of system installed, its energy efficiency rating, and any relevant government incentives or programs in place at the time of installation. It's advisable to consult with your HVAC provider to determine if your specific system qualifies for any tax credits.


Yes, many HVAC companies offer service plans specifically tailored to maintain and protect your HVAC system. These plans typically include regular inspections, tune-ups, and priority service in case of emergencies, helping to ensure the longevity and efficiency of your system.


As a component of a nationwide effort to conserve energy and protect the environment, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has prohibited the use of R22 Freon due to its detrimental impact on the ozone layer.


Many HVAC companies provide manufacturer discounts and seasonal specials, which can significantly reduce costs for both products and services. Contacting Command Service Center to inquire about current offers and rebates could potentially save you money on your HVAC needs.


Air filters come in various types, including fiberglass, pleated, HEPA, electrostatic, UV, and activated carbon filters. Each type offers different levels of filtration for capturing particles and improving indoor air quality.


An increase in your energy bill could indicate the need for a system upgrade or underlying issues that require attention. If you've noticed your energy bills gradually increasing despite maintaining your air conditioning unit, contact our experts at Command Service Center.


While many air conditioners have a lifespan of around 15 years, their efficiency typically decreases after about 10 years. As your unit ages, you may begin to experience more frequent repairs.


Determining the efficiency of your air conditioning unit depends on factors such as its SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, age, and maintenance history. An HVAC professional at Command Service Center can assess these factors to determine the efficiency of your unit and recommend any necessary upgrades or maintenance to improve its performance.


The efficiency of your new HVAC system depends on factors like its SEER rating for cooling and AFUE rating for heating. Proper installation and regular maintenance also play key roles in maximizing efficiency.


Forced-air heating and cooling can offer efficient temperature control through ductwork, but its suitability depends on factors like your home's layout and climate. Consult with an HVAC professional at Command Service Center to assess if it meets your needs.


Maintaining a stable humidity level in your home offers numerous benefits, including relief from allergies. Consider using a dehumidifier, improving ventilation, sealing leaks, and monitoring indoor plants.


Depending on the size of your home, its layout, and your specific comfort preferences, it is best to consult with an HVAC professional to assess your needs and determine if multiple zones are right for you.


It's recommended to schedule annual HVAC maintenance with Command Service Center to prevent issues and maintain optimal performance. If you notice any signs of malfunction, such as strange noises or uneven heating/cooling, contact us promptly for repairs to avoid further damage.