Ac installation Orlando.
In most counties in America a permit is needed to install an air conditioner . A contractor has to pull the permit otherwise the homeowner can get a fine for not doing so , one of the most advantages of having a permit is that your home value goes up after its registered so when you are selling the home you can add the cost of the air conditioner plus a mark up to get more money for your house.
Who can pull a permit.
Unlicensed contractors can’t pull permits for home HVACR work unless it’s their own home. Often, if a a permit is required but not pulled , you as the home owner can legally be held responsible for not doing so. Unfortunately you will learn the hard way that will cost you, the homeowner, more in the long run.
However there are some air conditioning systems that does not require permitting . Some mini splits in certain situations PTAC units , window units but if you are installing any of the above and are doing any modifications to wall structures you must obtain a permit from your local County for the HOA management.
After its all complete The inspector shall inspect the cooling and heating system, using normal operating controls the location of the thermostat , the cooling method report as in need of correction , determine the uniformity, temperature, flow measures, balance, distribution, size, capacity, BTU, FPM supply and return adequacy of the cooling system.
Leaking or contaminated ducts etc…
How do you know that your home has poorly performing ducts?
- High summer and winter utility bills;
- rooms that are difficult to heat or cool;
- You ever seem to feel comfortable;
- Kinked flexible ducts in your system.
One hundred percent of the air moves through the duct system , however not all of it comes back . Most of it due to leaks, holes, and poor connections . The result is higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable, no matter what temperature the thermostat is set.