HVAC Systems in Andover Down

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If you are getting an HVAC system installed, look no further as ventilation installers provide the best-priced HVAC system installations on the market. 

Our knowledgeable and professional team is here to help you get your new unit installed in no time. 

As professionals in the industry, we know how to install and make sure your HVAC system stays in top condition. 

To talk to our expert team today about everything, Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning, click the link below.


Our aim as HVAC Commissioning Engineers is to ensure we install the HVAC systems correctly and efficiently.

It is also our responsibility to ensure that the system works safely and efficiently at all times after installation.

Enquire above to find more information on how we look after your HVAC system after installation. 

What is an HVAC?

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning.

The purpose of the HVAC control system is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor quality.

The HVAC systems control can be used in cars, homes and working establishments, including offices and factories.  

A heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is a great way to control the room's temperature and ventilate the room to improve the overall air quality. In addition, it lets fresh air in from outside. 

If you've got any questions about an HVAC system, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Different HVAC Systems

To improve your indoor air quality, have a look at our range of HVAC systems.

  • The heating & air conditioning split system is a basic HVAC systems unit. The components are installed on the inside and the outside of the building. They include numerous things such as an air conditioner, furnace and fan, ducts, thermostat and additional accessories such as humidifiers, UV lamps and more.

  • The hybrid heat split system is a more advanced version of HVAC. This has improved energy efficacy and has a heat pump that fuels the H VAC electrically. Like the basic HVAC systems, the hybrid heat split system has all the previous components and an interface controlling system.

  • Duct-free split heating & air-conditioning systems are ideal for existing ducted types of HVACs. These systems have a heat pump or air conditioner, a fan coil, wires, thermostat and various other accessories that may be required.

  • Packaged heating & air conditioning systems can be used in homes or offices with limited space. These are great for confined spaces that range from a single room or a whole house. The system includes an air conditioner and heat pump, evaporator, thermostat, air quality improvers and more if required. 

Depending on how large your home or workplace is will determine what kind of installation you need.

What is the Installation Process? 

The Installation Process will be carried out following CIBSE codes and BSRIA Guidelines.

Our Skilled Engineer will look at a few things before, and during the installation these are: 

Sizing up the Air Conditioner

Before installing, the engineer will need to make sure the HVAC is the right size. If it is too small, your home may not be treated properly. On the other hand, if the unit is too big, it may affect the energy efficiency and turn off before the HVAC has done its job. Therefore, it is important to measure your space and get an engineer out for an estimate. 

Keeping Your Home Energy Efficient 

Energy efficiency is determined through season energy efficiency rating (SEER). Our engineer will estimate this calculate during this inspection. If you have a higher SEER rating, it will be cheaper for you. In addition, our engineer will make sure that the HVAC system continues to maintain home energy efficiency. 

The Best Place to Keep Your HVAC

Our helpful engineer will recommend the best place to install your HVAC. Your HVAC will most likely be noisy. If you have a tucked away storage room like a basement or cellar, this may be a viable option as it can be tucked away in a room that isn't used domestically. 

Extra Note

If your new installation is a duct fitted HVAC unit, extra works may need to be installed to fit the HVAC system. 

What Happens After The Installation Process

After the installation, our skilled engineer will come out and conduct a commissioning process. This is a check to ensure all equipment has been installed properly and in the correct position. 

After this, we make sure the installation meets the manufacturer's requirements and construction details. Our engineer will also write you a custom checklist along with documentation of installed equipment. 

This means we will ensure the HVAC has been installed properly and safely and make sure it makes your home or workplace energy efficient and installed as the manufacturer intended. 

Throughout the time you have the Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning, it is important to ensure regularly commissioned. This is to make sure it is still safe and working to the correct standard. 

How long will my HVAC last? 

As long as your Heating Ventilation Air Conditioner has been commissioned and inspected properly, depending on the system, it will most likely last you fifteen to twenty-five years. 

However, the life span could be less due to:

  • High usage or loads

  • Heating or cooling when windows or doors open

  • The HVAC was installed in a salty and corrosive environment

  • Poor Maintenance 

  • The HVAC not meeting maintenance standards

  • Defective Components

Even though these are all possibilities, the most common practice for an HVAC not lasting its lifespan is oversizing. If the appliance has been under or oversized, this can dramatically affect the lifespan. 

This is why it is important to ensure a trained and knowledgeable engineer, like our ventilation installers team, ensures your appliance is the right size and installed properly.

To speak to one of our knowledgeable and friendly team members, click the link below. 


What affects the cost of an HVAC installation?

There could be few factors that affect the Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning installation costs. These include:

  • The type of AC system

  • The equipment size and cooling capacity

  • The SEER Ratings

  • Additional Installations

  • Where the HVAC is placed in the house

  • If there is Ductwork or your HVAC needs Ductwork Installation

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