Flat roof air conditioning duct

Flat Roof Ducts

The picture below is an air-conditioning and heating duct system installed by us. The ducts are installed high enough for roofers to do work and low enough for curb appeal. The actual duct that conveys the air is the inner part then R8 insulation wraps it. A foil back cover wraps the insulation then the sheet metal covers everything. All of the duct work is sealed weather tight.

We took this picture of the home next door. They installed the duct system then wrapped it with insulation. The insulation is exposed to the elements.

This is how we do it!

This is how “they” do it

mini-ductless split

2018 summer conversions

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rooftop package unit

Rooftop package units

rooftop package unit

This is a rooftop package unit and duct system. This system was installed by us and it shows the proper way these flat roof jobs are done. We have seen many different techniques used to do this. Make sure to get a bid from us, it could save you money and it will make sure it's done correctly.

condenser stat

HVAC stats

Custom-Air, Inc. HVAC stats

Our customers are looking for comfort, 2010 thru 2015

HVAC stats

Pie Chart

The coolers on the chart are mostly single inlet coolers. Mastercool and Aerocool are the best if you insist on sticking with evaporative cooling. The "Other" column is a combination of mini-ductless split systems, window units and side-wall units. It's interesting data, twenty years ago it was probably 50-50 coolers/conversions! We believe folks are getting smarter, by that we mean instead of throwing away $1500.00 to install the same type of cooling they already have, they are making their home's value go up. When you convert to refrigerated air you get a return on investment worth more then the conversion installation cost! Many people love to have their windows open in the summer so they keep evaporative cooling because it allows doors and windows to remain open. The maintenance issues associated with swamp coolers are obvious to anyone that owns one. Being able to just push a button and have heating or cooling is nice! So comfort, no maintenance and the value of your home increasing is really very compelling arguments for refrigerated air.

Air Conditioning Albuquerque

Air Conditioning

Heating & air conditioning always seems to be the least popular subject of homeowners. We have seen million dollar homes with horrible air conditioning systems because the homeowner and builder didn't seem to care about that aspect of the homes build. Duct systems too small or even too big for the equipment, equipment not sized properly, refrigeration not charged correctly, etc. etc. The home is beautiful but uncomfortable to be in. We spend most of our life in our home, we should be the most comfortable at home then anywhere else!!

New Furnace

New furnace installations can be made ready for future refrigerated air!

Add a "little box" to your new furnace and be ready for future refrigerated air

Easy!

We all want refrigerated air, yes there are folks that say they don't but let's face it...to have control over your home temperature in the heat of summer is ideal. Swamp coolers will only lower the temp 18 degrees from ambient (outside temp). This means if it is 100 degrees outside you will be lucky if your swamper gets you to 80 degrees. It is now the dead of winter as we write this post and nobody is thinking about refrigerated air. If you are in need of a new furnace there is a way you can save hundreds of dollars on a future refrigerated air conversion. During a new furnace install you can have us put in an evaporator coil and just like that you are ready for a conversion down the road. No need to install it until you have saved up!

Refrigerated Air

Save $$$$

Hybrid Heat Unit

Hybrid Heat by American Standard

Cool and heat your home with the most efficient package unit ever!