Make Your New Home ComfortMaxx Certified

Make Your New Home ComfortMaxx™ Certified

House FloorplansIf you are considering building a new home or in the early stages of your home construction you should strongly consider having a ComfortMaxx™ contractor install your equipment and duct system. These highly trained professional will provide your new dwelling with the best value in comfort and efficiency including taking the following steps:

Design Standards
They will design your system and select your equipment using industry standards set forth by ASHRAE (The American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers), and ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America. They will also applied field design corrections and adjustments in compliance with NCI (National Comfort Institute) standards and practices to insure your system far exceeded the minimum standards.

Meet or exceed the minimum industry standardsFrame of House
Your air distribution system will meet or exceed the minimum industry standards. This is achieved using NCI improved duct sizing and installation methods to insure your air distribution system (ducts and registers) is installed with minimum restriction and leakage. This approach helps insure every heating and cooling Btu* is maximized and properly delivered into your home's interior spaces.

Testing and adjustment
Once construction is completed your ComfortMaxx contractor will carefully test and adjust your entire system's performance to meet or exceed the ComfortMaxx standard of 90% delivered Btus* into your home's conditioned space. This percentage far exceeds any minimum standards which tend to focus on equipment performance alone. Solely focusing on equipment performance typically leaves systems performing at 65% delivered efficiency or less. In addition to being tested and adjusted for minimum energy waste, your system will be balanced to provide even comfort throughout your home.

* Btu= (British Thermal Unit) is the amount of heat added or removed by your comfort system each hour.