A Look at the HVAC Installation Process

HVAC installation is not a task most homeowners can do; you must rely on a professional to do this for you. If you’re wondering about the steps in HVAC installation, here are some of the basic steps.

Step 1: If you plan to replace your old conditioner, a recovery machine is needed to remove the existing refrigerant in your central air conditioning system. Electrical wirings must be disconnected once all of the refrigerants are flushed out from the air conditioning system.

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Step 2: Preparing the area for the new one. Before the new air conditioner can be put in place, there’s a little bit of work needed to prepare the entire area where the ac will be.

Step 3: Removing the existing evaporator coil. Before the new coil can be installed on top or at the bottom of the furnace, most HVAC installations will require you to remove the existing coil.

Step 4: the next step is removing the existing refrigerant lines as new ones will replace them. These refrigerant lines are copper-based and connect the air conditioner and outdoor condenser, where the refrigerant travels. Once done, you can install the evaporating coils.

Step 5: Once the evaporator lines are installed, the next step is installing the new refrigerant lines.