Debunking HVAC Installation Myths for JES Heating and Cooling Inc


When it comes to HVAC installation, there are many myths and misconceptions floating around. At JES Heating and Cooling, Inc., we believe in providing our customers with accurate information to make informed decisions. In this blog post, we’ll address and debunk some common myths about air conditioning installation and HVAC installation.

Myth #1: HVAC Systems Last Forever

This is a widespread misconception. While high-quality HVAC systems can last for many years with proper maintenance, they don’t last forever. Most systems have an average lifespan of 10-15 years. As they age, their efficiency decreases, and the risk of breakdowns increases. Regular maintenance and timely replacement can save you money in the long run.

Myth #2: Bigger is Better for HVAC Systems

  • Oversizing an HVAC system is a common mistake that can lead to higher energy bills and indoor air quality issues.
  • A properly sized system runs more efficiently, providing better temperature control and humidity management.
  • Our certified technicians at JES Heating and Cooling, Inc. use industry-standard calculations to determine the right system size for your home or business.

Myth #3: Closing Vents in Unused Rooms Saves Energy

This myth is false. When you close vents, it disrupts the airflow balance in your HVAC system, causing it to work harder and consume more energy. Instead, it’s recommended to keep all vents open and use programmable thermostats to adjust temperatures in specific areas or during different times of the day.


At JES Heating and Cooling, Inc., we prioritize educating our customers and providing accurate information. By debunking these common myths, we hope to empower you to make informed decisions about your HVAC installation and maintenance needs. Remember, our team of licensed professionals is always here to answer your questions and provide expert guidance.