Home Cooling Installation – MA Home Air Conditioning


Home Cooling Installation

Air conditioning is important to us New Englanders. Summers here in Massachusetts are hot and sticky. The trick is finding a solution that not only cools the air, but also removes the humidity that surrounds us. Many people march to the nearest hardware store or box store and find a unit that they can toss in the window. In short, most of those many people wind up disappointed, short a fistful of money, and remain uncomfortable. Why? Well, the total space you’re looking to cool needs to come into consideration. An air conditioner doesn’t simply cool the entire house because it says air conditioner on the box; you need the right size. This is where we can help…

To start, here’s what we won’t do: We will NOT sell you something you don’t need just for the sake of the sale. Many contractors are out to pad their bottom line, and they figure they’ll just sell you the biggest home air conditioning system out of the box because you don’t know any better.

That’s not in our vocabulary. It’s not a part of our mission. Take comfort in the understanding that we are going to provide you with an air conditioning system that makes the most sense for your MA home. The right home cooling & air conditioning system is vital. Nobody provides you with that solution better than Suburban in Westwood, MA.


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Below are factors to consider when choosing an HVAC system


Multi-stage, variable-speed systems

Communicating “system”

  • Dynamically adapts to inside and outside temperature and humidity changes

Multiple systems

Zone dampers

Humidification and dehumidification

  • Help efficiency by lowering temperature as body feels warmer
  • Lessens static electricity
  • Helps preserve furniture and wood deterioration

Noise Control

Proper location of equipment

Vibration isolation

Insulated compartments

Acoustic ductwork lining

Health and Safety

Direct vent (sealed combustion) vs. chimney vent equipment

Automatic notification of critical faults

Automatic shut-off for water or condensate issues

Clean air

  • Air purifiers
  • Media air cleaners
  • Ultra-violet treatment
  • Duct sealing
  • Duct cleaning

Energy Efficiency

Equipment selection

  • High AFUE, SEER/EER and HSPF

Programmable thermostats

Remote management and monitoring

  • Utility costs
  • Temperature

Properly designed and sealed ductwork


Manufacturer’s warranties

Manufacturer’s reputation

Service response, availability and experience

    • Ease of use

Intuitive thermostats

Clear maintenance instructions

Automatic problem notification and escalation

Download the Energy Star questionnaire to determine if it is time to replace your residential system.