HVAC T.Byrd – Why You Shouldn’t Do It Yourself
Even the most skilled DIYer is likely to do more harm than good when it comes to repairing your HVAC T.Byrd’s system. Unless you have a neighbor who is a wiz with cars or lawnmowers, chances are you need a professional licensed by your state to repair it. Never trust a company that gives you an estimate over the phone or Internet without first inspecting your unit. That’s a recipe for disaster. Then, you’ll end up paying for expensive repairs that were unnecessary. You could have saved time and money by hiring a reputable contractor in the first place.
T.Byrd is a licensed contractor that can perform indoor air quality, HVAC installation, and maintenance services.
Heating and cooling are the biggest energy-using systems in your home. High-efficiency equipment uses less energy to do the same job as traditional units, saving you money on your electricity bills.
Air conditioner efficiency ratings are based on updated test standards that more accurately reflect performance in real-world installations. The ENERGY STAR label is your assurance that you are getting the most efficient system available.
This rebate program incentivizes the selection of a properly matched complete electric heat pump that has an Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) verified Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) greater than that which is required by building codes/standards or offered by the manufacturer. The City does not offer any warranty or guarantee of the performance or quality of the electric heat pump installed in the applicant’s home.
Due to ongoing drought conditions, the City of Concord has implemented several water conservation strategies. A recycled water fill station has been provided for equipment utilizing water, including street sweepers and sewer cleaners, and the trees in parks and on medians are watered overnight to prevent waste from evaporation and encourage plant health.