Installation and Support

Installation and Support




HVAC installation is a serious investment for a homeowner – an investment of not just money, but of time. Researching the systems and products you need, and the professional you need to do the work all must be done before HVAC installation occurs. With the day and age of the internet, there is a lot of information out there and can sometimes be misunderstood. So it is very important to find an HVAC professional that can help you sort through facts and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We at 2nd Opinion Cooling Service take great pride in our honesty and will give you our expert advice to help you select individualized HVAC products needed to enhance the comfort in your home.


HVAC installation is something that should always be left to professionals. Even so, there are many things homeowners still need to do to prepare their homes for installation and prepare to make smart purchase decisions for their families.

There are many types and models of heating and cooling systems on the market – learning the ins and outs of each will help you determine which system is the best solution for your heating and cooling needs. With information on HVAC installation and system types, you’ll make a purchase decision that makes financial sense for your family while offering the comfort you need for years to come.  Just ask our professionals at 2nd Opinion Cooling Service.


Furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps aren’t the only HVAC systems that require installation. Equipment such as humidifiers and dehumidifiers are installed to augment indoor air quality in your home. These systems are installed by an HVAC installation professional to address humidity and contaminant problems indoors.

Learn more about the HVAC installation of indoor air quality equipment through the resources below.

Thermostats are an absolute necessity for all HVAC installations. The thermostat communicates with your heating and air conditioning systems, delivering the control these systems need to provide accurate temperatures throughout your home. Don’t know much about programmable thermostats or how to select one?