New Construction AC

New Construction AC St Pete | New Building HVAC Design | New Home Construction AC | Clearwater 

newhouseReady to start that new construction project?  Call Liberty Air for concept, professional design, plans and installation. The professionals at Liberty Air be there for you through the entire build from start to finish! Before you begin construction, you must make sure that you have all of the right people lined up for the job. Do it right the first time! This is a huge investment and not the time to cut corners with an inexperienced installer.  An amateur duct and HVAC system installation could result in high bills and a lot of problems later in the life of the system. It could even break down long before you would expect. With a skilled, dependable HVAC specialist from Liberty Air, building a new home or business will go a lot more smoothly knowing that your new air conditioning system is in good hands.  When you work with Liberty Air you don’t get a "standard layout". You get a custom HVAC system tailored to your building’s needs!

Liberty Air is your go–to source for your new construction HVAC system build, from the initial consultation to the final inspection. Work with a team you can trust to follow through with the job as planned and keep you informed throughout the process.

New Construction AC Services Include:newcon2

  • Consultation
  • System Design and Build
  • Ductwork and HVAC Installation
  • Indoor Air Quality Installation
  • Zoning
  • Ventilation

 

 

Well Designed & Installed Ductwork is ESSENTIAL for HVAC System EFFICIENCY

Good ductwork is key to HVAC performance. Yet hidden away in the dank crawlspace or the hot, humid attic, a home's ductwork goes unappreciated and underexamined. And too often, sad to say, this vital part of the HVAC system brings the energy perfor-mance of the home to surprising lows.

In one study, for example, researchers with the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) replaced several oversized air conditioning units with "correctly" sized machines that matched the house cooling loads, as calculated according to the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) design standard, Manual J. In theory, performance should have improved — but instead, the new systems saved little if any energy, while the homes' indoor humidity actually went up.

Why the disappointing results? Ductwork. When the researchers installed the new equipment, they left the old ductwork in place in the homes' roasting-hot attics. In operation, the new smaller units tended to move a lower volume of air through the ducts, more slowly, for longer run times. So the cold air was exposed to hot attic conditions for longer — essentially wasting the equipment's cooling power on what amounts to outdoor space (only hotter). And leaks in the ductwork had more time to do their damage: longer run times meant more cold air was sent into the attic from supply duct leaks, while a greater volume of hot, humid attic air got sucked into the home from return air leaks. Ultimately, the new, supposedly "right-sized" air conditioners couldn't provide comfort while fighting the unfavorable attic conditions. 

We can put in the ductwork for residential or light commercial HVAC installations, and our specialties include the following:

  • Fiberglass Duct Systems
  • Round Metal Ductwork
  • Exposed Spiral Ductwork (for commercial spaces)


You need all the expert help you can get for a new construction project. Don’t let just anyone put together the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Faulty design makes a building work a lot less efficiently. An amateur duct and HVAC system installation could result in high bills and a lot of problems later in the life of the system. It could even break down long before you would expect.