Orem HVAC Installation
Scheduling professional installation of your new heating or cooling system
is one of the very best ways to ensure efficiency and longevity. Whether
you are considering a new furnace, air conditioner, or heat pump in Orem,
Parley’s PPM Plumbing can help you with the purchase, installation,
and maintenance of a new system. We specialize in central and ductless
air system installation so you can enjoy the performance and efficiency
modern HVAC technology has to offer.
Getting the Most Out of Your New Installation
A professional installation is an excellent first step on the path to enjoying
greater home comfort and efficiency for years to come. During your installation,
there are a few other factors to consider that can help you get the most
from your purchase.
- Regular HVAC maintenance is the best way to keep your system in like-new
shape. Talk to your installer about when you should schedule your first
maintenance visit and how often you should consider services such as duct cleaning.
- Changing your furnace filter every month will keep your HVAC system cleaner,
maintaining efficient function and reducing wear to reduce breakdowns
and prolong the system’s lifetime.
- Consider upgrading your thermostat at the time of your installation to
improve your control over your HVAC system for increased energy savings,
reduced strain on your furnace and air conditioner, and greater everyday
- If you are concerned about indoor air quality, adding a whole-home humidifier
or air purifier to your system during installation is an excellent way
to create a healthy atmosphere at home.
Factors That Affect Your HVAC Needs
Installing a new HVAC system is the perfect time to assess your heating
and cooling needs. Parley’s PPM Plumbing has been serving Utah County
for over 38 years with top-quality HVAC and plumbing services near Orem
and Provo, UT; call (801) 226-3033 to discuss your home heating and cooling
needs, including new system installation and HVAC maintenance.
- The size of your home plays a significant role in the type of HVAC system
that is best for you. Furthermore, it’s important to ensure that
any system you install is properly sized to efficiently heat and cool
- Available fuel can also affect your choice of HVAC system—if you
already have an oil or natural gas line installed in your home, you may
want to opt for a new furnace that uses this readily-available fuel source.
- If your home has ductwork installed, a central heating and cooling system
is likely the smartest solution. However, ductless mini-split air conditioner
and heat pump systems can provide multi-zone comfort, even if your home
has no ducts.