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Jewell Mechanical is a locally-owned provider of commercial, industrial and residential heating and air conditioning services

Jewell Mechanical

Jewell Mechanical is a locally-owned provider of commercial, industrial and residential heating and air conditioning services

Jewell Mechanical is a locally-owned provider of commercial, industrial and residential heating and air conditioning services

(615) 469-5965

1000 Elm Hill Pike Nashville, TN 37210

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1000 Elm Hill Pike Nashville, TN 37210

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6 Places that you could use a Ductless HVAC System

What is a Ductless HVAC System?

Ductless HVAC units are pretty new to the neighborhood, so you may find yourself asking, what is a ductless hvac system?

A ductless hvac system is a hvac unit that can cool one room, or multiple rooms with multiple units, without the use of duct-work.

This can be a great solution for providing cooling for a number of different situations where you may have difficulty connecting to your existing HVAC duct-work.

Where would someone need a ductless HVAC system?

1. Garage

Have you considered turning your single or double car garage into a man cave or rec room? A ductless HVAC system would solve the issue of comfort in the hot summer months.

Because the garage wasn't originally a living space, it isn't insulated at the door and doesn't have supply air vents from your homes main HVAC system. All you need to do it insulate your garage door and add a ductless split system. You can save on power as well by only turning the unit on when you are using it!

2. Attic Room

A lot of older homes have stairs going up to a room in the attic. These days, a lot of people are all about Shabby Chic. What's Shabbier than an old attic!? Turn that dusty attic room into a guest room with a few carefully planned steps and add a ductless split system to keep your guests comfortable!

3. Bonus Room

You know, that room above the garage that no one wants to go in because the building didn't put supply vents... You can add a ductless split in that room so your family will want to use it. A ductless split is a much more attractive option than a window AC unit. It also will cost less energy and be more energy efficient!

4. Addition

If you are thinking about adding onto a room, like expanding your Kitchen, think about adding a ductless split system. Adding square footage to your home that is currently vented is an awesome idea and will increase the value in your home.

Unfortunately, when you add square footage, your existing unit may not be able to handle the load of that extra space. Adding a ductless split will save you from having to change out your entire system.

5. A room that has bigger windows or higher ceilings

Does every room in your house stay comfortable but one? It happens to people all the time. Those high ceilings are beautiful, but those rooms are impossible to keep comfortable when it's 100 degrees in Nashville. Adding a ductless split system to that one room will change your life. You will immediately feel more comfortable as soon as it comes on!

6. Every Room

Purchasing an older home that doesn't have central HVAC? Or are you looking to upgrade the efficiency of your current unit? A ductless split is a great option for both. In older homes, there is going to be a big amount of money to spend to get HVAC put in.

You have to start from scratch and get all new lines, duct-work, vents... etc. Utilizing new technology and choosing ductless is a perfect way to keep your home comfortable and to keep your costs down. Not to mention, increase the property value!

Interested in a Ductless HVAC System for your Home? Call Us Today, We Offer Free Installation Estimates!

- Photo credit: The photo used above is a beautiful home designed by Jessica Kole for Kole Custom Homes .

What is SEER?

This is the rating for the efficiency of each HVAC System. To calculate the SEER rating , you take to cooling output and divide it by the energy input.

Surprisingly, the SEER rating is pretty important these days. Most people recognize it as the rating that tells you how much energy you are going to save. The higher the rating, the more energy you are saving and the more comfortable your home is going to be.

WHAT RATING IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

A lot of people wonder which SEER Rating is right for their home. This is determined on a case by case basis. A lot of factors have to be considered, like:

-Home Square Footage

-# of Floors

-# of Rooms

-Load Calculation (Performed by Technician)

Any of our technicians can look at your home and help you chose the SEER rating that will be the best fit for your home and family.

Call us today to schedule an account representative to look at your home and see which SEER Rating and HVAC System is best for you!


Leaking and Unbalanced Duct Work Can Cause Issues In Your Home

Even this vintage industrial ductwork needed regular maintenance!

Duct Work can age ungracefully and start to sag, tear, or become detached. When this happens, you will start to notice an increase in your power/gas bill. You may also start to notice a room in your home may stay colder or warmer than normal. Taking the time look in your attic or under your house at least once a season can help you uncover some of the most glaring duct issues.

Unbananced Duct Work Will Cause You To Be Uncomfortable

When Duct Work is unbalanced, you will start to notice temperature changes in different areas of your home. When this happens, you will need an HVAC professional to come out and re-balance your duct work to allow proper air flow in your home.

Unbalanced duct work can cause your HVAC system to run longer and harder and here in Nashville, especially during the HOT summer months, that can pose a real problem. If you suspect that your ductwork is not working right then don’t be afraid to call us at(615) 469-5965 or schedule your HVAC maintenance online. We’re here to help!

Control Your Families Comfort with an HVAC UV Light

Speaking of allergies, as middle Tennessee residents, almost all of us suffer from allergies or know someone that suffers. Relaxing indoors on a sweltering summer day sounds like a good idea, but when you have severe allergies it can be a nightmare.

Airborne germs can cause your allergy symptoms like itchy-watery eyes, sneezing, stuffy nose, etc. Guess what!? The UV Light, when used properly, can eliminate a lot of your allergy problems indoors. It’s a great fit for some of us who suffer every season and desperately need to improve our indoor air quality.

The benefit of improving your air quality and killing nasty bacteria is what drives consumers to purchase a UV Light. What most people don’t realize is that indoor air is WAY worse than outside.

Dust, mildew, trapped bacteria can all cause illness and can lower your quality of life. And NO ONE wants to lower their quality of life by allowing allergies and illness to take over.

So, Do you need a UV light? It depends on the scenario for each home and family, see below for the top reasons families have a UV light installed on their HVAC system.

Top Reasons to Have an HVAC UV Light Installed

- Family Member(s) has Allergies

- Family Member(s) has Asthma

- Family Member(s) get sick easily

- The want/need to increase indoor air quality

There are many different brands and types of UV lights on the market. The technology has evolved and improved to provide homeowners every opportunity to increase their indoor air quality. If you think a UV light is right for your HVAC system, call us and we can come out to take a look.

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