When all the components of your system are properly designed, installed, tested and finely tuned, they will work better together to ensure peak system performance for many years to come. The following are some of the benefits of this design and installation approach include:
Lower Utility Bills
A ComfortMaxx Certified System™ ensures the lowest possible utility bills for the type and efficiency rating of your equipment. For example, your air conditioning equipment comes from the factory with a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) rating based solely on how it performed in a test lab under perfect conditions.
The gas furnace has a similar rating known as AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) also arrived at in a perfect lab environment. Unfortunately, these "perfect conditions" rarely exist in both new and existing homes.
When a system is installed and certified by a ComfortMaxx™ contractor, the entire system is adjusted and balanced to provide the best possible comfort throughout your home.
Your contractor balances the system to provide the right amount of air to each room of your home. This balancing process is done in strict accordance with NCI standards and procedures.