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Adding a new addition to your Woodbridge, Virginia, home can be an exciting yet stressful time. While there’s a lot of thought that goes into building a new home addition, one of the most important aspects to consider is how you’ll heat and cool it. Read on to learn more.

Things to Consider When Choosing an HVAC System

Before you decide which type of HVAC system will create the most comfortable temperature for your new home addition, there are a few things that you’ll want to consider. Issues you’ll need to think about include:

  • The time and effort it would take to extend your current ductwork.
  • Whether existing ducts and vents will interfere with the installation of the HVAC system.
  • If your home could benefit from a more efficient HVAC option.

Which HVAC System Will Work Best

There are a few options you can choose from when finding a system to heat and cool your new home addition. Some of your options include:

  • A traditional system: You can use your current system by extending ductwork into the new home addition. Depending on the amount of square footage you’re adding, you may need to get a larger system.
  • A heat pump: A heat pump works by transferring the heat out of your home in the summer and into your home in the winter. Heat pumps can be an extremely efficient way of heating and cooling a small space, especially in more temperate climates.
  • A ductless system: If it’s not cost-effective to extend your ductwork, or you want to control the temperature in your new home addition separately, consider a ductless system. These systems use an outdoor unit connected to indoor units, which can easily work into any decor.

Make sure the heating and cooling in your new home addition works best for you. As a result, you’ll feel comfortable and save money. Contact Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning at 703-763-0399. One of our HVAC professionals will help you find the best system for your addition.

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