At BC Coastal Energy we have a TECA™ Quality First qualified design team with years of design experience in HVAC. We provide detailed room by room heat loss and heat gain calculation to properly design HVAC systems that we install. We then use our 30 plus years of experience to properly size ductwork and equipment to suit the environment it is installed in taking into account both optimum performance and interior design. Once a project is a go ahead BC Coastal Energy will initiate a pre-installation meeting to begin with preliminary equipment and duct placement which will incorporate all input, ie. special considerations to structural and interior design, lighting, audio-visual equipment, kitchen exhaust specs, plumbing layout, etc. and based on our years of experience, we can offer advice and suggest recommendations. Once the project is finished we will also spend time with you to explain your new system.
All systems are installed to meet or exceed both the 'QUALITY FIRST' standard and the 'HOMEOWNER PROTECTION ACT' and professionally installed by our skilled and experienced QUALITY FIRST certified installers. This process makes BC Coastal Energy stand out from the other HVAC contractors in the industry. As there are minimal codes to follow in HVAC and almost no inspections it is imperative that you hire the right contractor with a wide range of experience. Once a system is installed and the house is finished it is usually too late to make any alterations without costly repairs. Trust that BC Coastal Energy will meet or exceed your expectations.
REPLACING EXISTING EQUIPMENT
As a rule of thumb, it pays to replace your existing home comfort system when the cost of repairs reaches 30% of the price of a new purchase - or when utility bills have increased by 50%. Learn how replacing your system can actually pay you back.
ENERGY EFFICIENT SAVINGS
When you understand what different energy ratings mean, you're better able to choose a heating and cooling system that can save you money and energy. See how the efficiency of today's ENERGY STAR qualified central air conditioners, heat pumps and furnaces can reduce your utility bills.
IMPROVING INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Did you know that indoor air can be from five to 100 times more polluted than the air outside? Learn the difference between humidifiers, dehumidifiers, ventilation systems, UV lights and air filter technologies and how they can dramatically improve your indoor air quality.
INSTALLING A NEW HVAC SYSTEM
In new homes or remodels, a central home comfort system is the best solution. Why? A central system makes your entire home more comfortable, with greater efficiency and better indoor air quality.
"To Steve and crew at BC Coastal Energy: We would definitely recommend you for work on heating or ducts! Adam was on time, professional and did a great job of installing our missing cold air return duct in our basement." read more...