Home Comfort Inspection And Why Should You Have One Done?

When it comes to buying a new home comfort system, there are a number of factors to consider to make sure that what you buy will suit your needs and your home. For most homeowners, this can be intimidating, so it’s important to talk to an expert who can assess your home accurately, ask the right questions to understand your needs and concerns, and make recommendations on your best options.

The home comfort experts at Furnasman believe you should know what to expect from a home comfort inspection. We will conduct a full assessment of your home, lasting about 90 minutes – a small investment of time to make sure you get the heating and cooling system that will keep your family comfortable for many years to come.

Our qualified experts will take the following steps:

  • Complete a thorough analysis of your existing home comfort system
  • Conduct an engineering analysis that includes measuring the square footage of your home and all of your windows and doors to determine the size of unit that will be appropriate for your home
  • Provide you with our recommendations and explain the reasons for our selected options

We may also make additional recommendations to maximize your comfort, for example if we see that your ducts are full of dust and debris we may recommend that you include a duct cleaning service with your installation.

Furnasman and Right Time are your partners in home comfort

We believe that you should have all of the facts you need to make an informed decision about your home comfort systems. We collect that information based on the size of your home and whether or not you have ductwork, as well as a number of other factors. We’ll recommend viable options for your home that are energy efficient to keep your utility costs down in the years to come.

We are also knowledgeable about options for government rebates that may be available to reward you for your investment in an environmentally sound choice in your home comfort system. A home comfort survey is generally required in order for you to qualify for these rebates, so that is one more reason to invest 90 minutes in getting accurate and helpful information about your furnace and air conditioning.

From your home comfort survey to installation and even ongoing maintenance, Furnasman is here to help. Call us to book your home comfort inspection today.