Many people believe residential systems are standard and the homeowner does not have many options. The home owner can choose how efficient their systems are, how well the systems control humidity and temperature and even how “green” they operate.
McDonnell Mechanical Services is an owner operated small business that has grown not simply because of our quality of work but because we design and install systems that fit the requirements of our customers. Our company has grown more by referrals than by marketing. We hold on to the values of high-quality customer service. We return phone calls, reply to emails and honor our scheduled appointments.
Are you looking to replace an existing system?
When you need to replace your existing system, McDonnell Mechanical Services does more than come into your home and give you a quote to install a new heating or air conditioning system or “HVAC”. A representative will visit your home to discuss the following issues to ensure your new system meets your needs and budget:
- Current fuel and electric utilities costs
- Allergy or other respiratory health problems
- Home comfort and humidity (i.e. too dry or too humid)
- Rooms that are uncomfortable (i.e. stuffy, drafty, too hot or too cold)
- Future plans for additions to your home
- Current system noise problems
These are simply a few of the things you can address when you replace your existing system. Your new system can provide more comfort and be more energy efficient.
Are you building a new home?
You have many heating/air conditioning system options when building your new home. You do not have to settle for the system a builder typically offers to minimize costs. Your home should have a system that fits all your needs. McDonnell Mechanical Services will spend the time determining what you need and require. It’s more than merely heating and cooling your home, it’s about making your home a comfortable space to live.
A representative will discuss the following options so you can make an informed decision based on what’s available:
- Heating/cooling system types, equipment, controls and fuels
- System costs and efficiencies
- Initial system installation costs versus annual operating costs
- Location of equipment inside and outside home
- Sizing of equipment for efficient operation
- Sizing of grills and ductwork to minimize noise
- Standby Generators
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