1.Q: Will the installation be very disruptive to my home and belongings?

2.Q: I don't have a basement, can my home be properly air conditioned?

3.Q: How much maintenance is involved with Central Air Conditioning?

4.Q: Will the system be noisy?

5.Q: How much will it cost to run my system?

6.Q: What kind of ductwork will be used in my attic or basement?

7.Q: How long will it take to air condition my home?

8.Q: Where would my thermostat be located?

9.Q: How is the air handler or blower supported in the attic? Won't it
vibrate?


10.Q: How is the condensation evacuated from my attic?


1.Q: Will the installation be very disruptive to my home and belongings?
A: No, our installers make use of drop cloths and vacuums to be sure your home is left just as we found it, only cooler. top

2.Q: I don't have a basement, can my home be properly air conditioned?
A: Most systems can be placed within the attic of your home and ducts are run through existing walls and closets with minimum disturbance to your storage area. top

3.Q: How much maintenance is involved with Central Air Conditioning?
A: We recommend our annual "Start and Check" to be done at the beginning of each cooling season to be sure your system is working properly and to change your filters on a monthly basis when in use. The above will insure years of maintenance free use. top

4.Q: Will the system be noisy?
A: No, our Carrier systems are virtually silent. top

5.Q: How much will it cost to run my system?
A: The average Carrier high efficiency system will cost an estimated $4-$6 per day to keep your home at a cool and comfortable tempature. top

6.Q: What kind of ductwork will be used in my attic or basement?
A: RTD uses a galvanized steel acoustically insulated trunk line with high efficiency flexible,fiberglass branch lines. This system can be easily modified to fit any situation and enables the air to be delivered to your living area quietly and efficiently. top

7.Q: How long will it take to air condition my home?
A: Most homes can be completed in one day. top

8.Q: Where would my thermostat be located?
A: The thermostat should be centrally located. Normally in the central hallway in the warmest area of the house. top

9.Q: How is the air handler or blower supported in the attic? Won't it vibrate?
A: The air handler is suspended in the attic using galvanized chain. This will eliminate vibration and insure proper pitch for condensation drainage. top

10.Q: How is the condensation evacuated from my attic?
A: RTD uses a two pan system. The first being inside the unit and a second (an emergency pan) placed under the unit. Each pan is piped into your existing leader and gutter system. top

For more information e-mail us at RTDor call (631) 567-3809.

RTD is an authorized Carrier dealer and is both licensed and insured in Nassau and Suffolk counties. As an Energy StarĘ Partner, Carrier Corporation has determined that this product meets the Energy StarĘ guidelines for energy efficiency.
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