New HVAC Installations

HVAC  – Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

HVAC is an acronym for “Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning”, a system which serves as an all-in-one solution for all your cooling, heating, and ventilation concerns.

Do you need a new HVAC? Is your system aging?

Have you had to replace any components, such as the evaporator, condenser coils, or compressor?  Money spent on repairs of an old HVAC system could instead be going towards a new, money-saving, more efficient unit.

Air Quality

The air quality inside your home or commercial property is very important as breathing clean air is critical for a healthy, productive life. With a new HVAC system, the air from outside is cleaned and

Before Bayside AC HVAC install

Before Bayside AC HVAC install

filtered before entering your premise and pollutants and allergens are kept outside.

Humidity/Moisture Combatant

A clean HVAC system proves to be an excellent moisture-combating system. Moisture in your home or work domain can lead to problems such as mildew, mold and more. These not only threaten the structural capacity of building but also effect the health of the inhabitants who are prone to allergies or other health conditions.

Maintenance of your HVAC

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25 to 40 percent of the energy used for heating or cooling is wasted. Pollutants in cooling and heating systems cause it to work harder, shortening the life of your system. Although filters are used, the systems still become dirty through everyday use. When an HVAC system is clean, it doesn’t have to work as hard to maintain the temperature you desire. As a result, less energy is used, leading to improved cost-effectiveness

Benefits of a New HVAC System

Energy efficiency  = Money in your pocket

Bayside AC-New HVAC Install

Bayside AC-New HVAC Install

One of the primary benefits of the new HVAC systems is energy conservation and money savings for you.  HVAC system means that all your heating, cooling, and ventilation needs are supplied by one central system. Energy usage is less compared to that used by separate systems.  Compared to individual elements such as a heater or air conditioner, the HVAC installation may seem more cost intensive, but this system will pay for itself many times over in the following months and years, and it will also increase the value of the property.

Last but not least,  the government is allowing energy tax credits/energy rebates for certain qualified energy-efficient units. Duke Energy also offers rebates to its customers. See the video below from Duke Energy explaining the energy rebate policy.


At BaySide AC we have the expertise to help improve the efficiency of  your current HVAC system and make recommendations on how to  maintain it.   Contact us today and we can schedule one of our technicians to come to your location to provide you with a quality assessment of your  HVAC system.