Are you planning to upgrade or replace your old heating system? Preparing your home for heating installation can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With simple preparations and planning, you can ensure that the process goes off without a hitch. From clearing the installation area to making arrangements for your family and ensuring home accessibility, following these tips will help to ensure a smooth and quick process.
Clear the Area Around Your Heater
Before the Bryant Heating & Air Conditioning installation crew arrives, you’ll want to declutter and remove any obstacles around the installation area. This includes moving furniture and other items that may be in the way. This allows the technicians to do their job without any interruptions. Accordingly, this will help to speed up the installation process and make it less stressful for everyone involved.
Make Sure Your Home Is Accessible
In addition to clearing a space around the installation area, you also want to ensure that the technicians can easily access your property. This means moving cars and ensuring that there’s plenty of room for the crew to get in and out of your driveway. In some cases, you’ll also want to ensure that nearby trees or branches are trimmed so they don’t interfere with the installation process.
Make Arrangements for Children and Pets
If you have children or pets, it may be a good idea to ensure that they are out of the house while your new heater is being installed. Although the installation process is generally safe, they might get in the way, causing unnecessary delays. If it’s not a school day, you can arrange for them to stay at a friend’s or family member’s home. However, we recommend that you be present at the site in case you or the installation team have any questions to ask.
Are you looking to install a new heating or cooling system? For over 70 years, we’ve been offering reliable and affordable services to residents in and around Pasadena, CA. Whether you’re in need of installation, repair, or maintenance services, our NATE-certified technicians are available to get the job done. We also offer indoor air quality, ductwork, and zoning system installation services.
Contact Bryant Heating & Air Conditioning today to get an estimate.