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Thank you Shawn. I was very impressed and satisfied by your service and attention to details others did not provide. You Exceeded my expectations and would have no problem referring you to anyone needing your services.

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New Construction AC Services in Orlando, FL

Building the home of your dreams? Have you thought about what type of HVAC system you will have installed? Have you found a quality contractor who gives you confidence that the job will be done right? At Downtown Air and Heat, we provide superior new construction HVAC services. From furnaces, heat pumps, ductless mini splits, and central air, to comprehensive custom ductwork design, air cleaner, dehumidifiers, and thermostats, we can make sure that your new home has everything it needs to keep you comfortable for years to come.

A new home is an exciting prospect. It allows you to customize your living space and make sure that all of your preferences and needs are taken into consideration. The same goes with your HVAC system, but only if you find a heating and cooling specialist who can give you professional services. As a family owned and operated business, we know how critical it is to have exactly what you need in your home. We employ excellent NATE–certified, Orlando new construction HVAC technicians, and we can find a new construction HVAC solution for your future home, whether you opt for a high efficiency ductless mini split or a budget–conscious conventional heat pump. Call Downtown Air and Heat today to schedule new construction HVAC services in Orlando, FL and the surrounding area.

The Orlando, FL new construction HVAC experts at Downtown Air and Heat offer quality installation services throughout the Central Florida area.

Why Hire a Design–Build HVAC Contractor?

A new home is a major life vent. It’s an incredible investment of your time and financial resources. As such, it needs to be handled carefully and professionally. When thinking about what type of HVAC system you want, always do so in consultation with a professional design–build HVAC contractor. At Downtown Air and Heat, we can make sure that your home has everything it needs. We provide high efficiency systems and custom ductwork design tailored to your exact requirements. A design–build contractor means that we take care of every detail from designing a custom heating and cooling system, including comprehensive load calculations and specs, to installing it in your home. This means there is less room for miscommunication and mistakes, as the entire process is streamlined. We know that you wouldn’t have it any other way.

Load Calculation Services

It’s important to make sure that your new home receives an appropriately sized system. For new construction HVAC, we make sure that your system is geared specifically to your living space. The first step in this process is a load calculation. Our Orlando load calculation technicians take your entire living space into consideration, including its property orientation, the quality of the windows and doors, and various other factors that give us the information we need to spec out your new heating and cooling system. Once we have completed our analysis, then we can find a system that will work well for your home and in accordance with your budgetary considerations.

Call Downtown Air and Heat today for to schedule new construction HVAC services in Orlando, FL and the surrounding area.

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