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What Size of Equipment Do I Need?

The only way to truly know what size of equipment is necessary for each individual house is to run a load calculation on your home.  Trade rules of thumb are outdated, inefficient and unfortunately, frequently wrong!  Enhancements such as attic insulation, double pane windows, roofing, flooring, siding upgrades and additions change the load calculations significantly.  If your home has undergone any of these changes, or is 20 years or older, it is recommended to run a load on the house before replacing any equipment.  On average with the higher efficient equipment available, if designed and installed correctly a homeowner can save an average $40,000 to $60,000 in utilities’ costs over the course of the next 15-20 years by upgrading from a 10 Seer to 15 Seer HVAC system.  Not only will the homeowner save money, but they will be enjoying it in the most reliable and dependable comfort they have ever experienced!
Southern Comfort is proud to offer load calculations based on Manual J 8th edition and can design and tailor an efficient system just for you.  Whether you like your house at 70, 75 or 78 degrees, a perfectly-sized system can be designed for you.

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Example layout

Project Summary

Project Summary

Building Analysis

Building Analysis

Heat gains hour by hour

Heat gains hour by hour

Room Analysis

Room Analysis

Duct analysis

Duct analysis

 

   
   

 

   

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