HVAC systems can seem mysterious. You may have questions about how yours works — or more importantly, how to make sure it keeps working. These are some of the most common questions we get. If you don’t find your question here, contact us to get answers from a Jacobs expert.
Most systems have a life expectancy of 10-20 years, but you can help your system run for as long as possible by scheduling regular maintenance. If you start noticing your energy bills rising or you need constant repairs, it’s time to call an expert for an evaluation — especially if your system is more than 10 years old.
Our installation process is unique. We assess your space’s specific heating and cooling needs and then custom-fit your system to match. Our consultant examines your insulation, ceiling heights, sun exposure, window locations, and electrical panels. They also ask you about potential allergy concerns and the number of people and pets in your home. Before installation day we send a supervisor to double-check our plan for your system. This extra step is unique to Jacobs and helps ensure a seamless, stress-free installation every time. When our installer arrives we have everything we need to get the job done right.
The Carrier brand offers three series of furnaces and air conditioners — Infinity, Performance, and Comfort. Each series has a range of different sizes and efficiency levels. The result is approximately 50 furnaces and 30 air conditioners to choose from. Jacobs also carries a wide variety of heat pumps, water heaters, thermostats, and indoor air quality products. We can help you determine the right size and type of system by learning about your needs and performing a detailed load calculation of your space.
Yes. When Jacobs installs a heating or cooling system from Carrier in your existing home, you get:
Routine maintenance keeps your warranties valid and your system running at peak efficiency. Here is what we recommend:
We use different rating systems to measure energy efficiency for different heating and cooling products. A higher number means better efficiency.
Check out our blog: HVAC Efficiency Ratings Explained
Regular maintenance is the easiest way to keep your system running efficiently. If your system is old and your energy bills are rising, it might be time for a replacement. Jacobs offers high-efficiency products from leading brands like Carrier.