Welcome to the best HVAC resource you will find on the internet! Our goal is to give you, the consumer, all of the information you need to make an informed decision on anything that pertains to your HVAC equipment. We write articles relating to the things that matter to home owners and their HVAC equipment. We are an independent voice that strives to cut through the bull and give you the information that you need. You will find reviews on all the major brands and models as well as many models that most sites would never even consider covering. On top of that we strive to give ballpark pricing on what this should cost you as you begin your installation process or repair. Certainly we can’t take everything into consideration as every house is different, in addition to the local market forces, but we do give you a place to start so you know you are not getting ripped off! We also have a long list of maintenance and repair articles that will help you get through the years with your HVAC equipment in tip top shape.
We are not here to sell you a specific brand of HVAC equipment, we will leave that to the individual installers and local HVAC companies. We want you to leave our site with a smile on your face knowing that you have the pertinent information to make the right choice for your house.
For several years, the Team behind WebHVAC.com ran multiple channels of HVAC solutions, direct to the homeowner. We literally were selling furnace, heat pumps and air conditioners straight to the consumer. For many reasons we exited that business. However, we are able to take the experiences and knowledge garnered from that time and share with you the information you need to control the climate in your house. And that is how this site came to be, an extension from the business we exited. We are confident that our wealth of knowledge and years of experience in the HVAC industry will be of great benefit to you.
Our Goal and Promise:
The goal of WebHVAC is to assist the homeowner with their decisions in regard to the heating and cooling of their most important investment, their home. Our site will not only help define various terms in the HVAC industry, but help you understand how the meaning of those terms directly affect you. Our promise to you is that our views will not be swayed by any affiliation to a certain brand or company and you can read what we write with confidence.
As with any project, there are usually local codes and regulations you should pay strict attention to. In addition, the EPA has very strict guidelines for the handling of refrigerant in your unit, that should be reviewed and followed. We recommend that regardless of how you purchase your own equipment, you employ the use of a licensed and certified technician to guide you through the installation process.