While the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) may not seem as exciting as new flooring, cabinets or paint, thoughtful planning of heating and cooling can be critical to the overall success of your remodel project. Opening walls, finishing a basement or making other changes to your home can create opportunities to upgrade your existing system. This can be a great time to correct any current inefficiencies.
Whether you are planning a full basement finish or just updating an area of your home, we will work with you to complete the project in a professional and timely manner.
We work with contractors for new construction too!
Best Buy Heating and Air can help design and install the right HVAC solution for your remodel, basement finish, or new construction project.
Ducts are used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to deliver and also to remove air from a room. Ducts also deliver ventilation air as part of the supply air. Proper ductwork is essential to not only proper air flow, but also to maintaining a comfortable room temperature.
We can design a proper working ducting system to optimize airflow and comfort.
We can help in assessing if your ductwork needs to be relocated or if you might be able to frame around your existing ductwork. We will help you achieve your goals with your remodel project.
Some things to consider when remodeling.
Installing a separate heating and cooling system for a remodeled area or new addition can be an option Depending on the situation, the existing system can be extended into the new space. We can help you decide which option will work best for you, your project and budget.
Sometimes, there no practical way to install new ductwork into newly remodeled space. There are solutions for these situations. Specialized heating and cooling systems are available that can be installed without ductwork.
In-floor radiant heat is often a good solution if you are building an addition on a concrete slab. This can be an energy efficient and comfortable choice.
If you are finishing your basement, think about how you will use the new space. For example, a basement play area for active children may not require as effective and expensive a system as a basement office or bedroom.