Whether you are building a new home or retrofitting your current home, there are several issues to consider when designing the benefits you want into a new system:


  • Temperature Control
  • Humidity Control

Thermostat Control

  • Different settings for time of day
  • Different settings for day of week
  • Different settings for different areas of your home

How To Minimize Total Cost of Ownership

  • Equipment Cost
  • Monthly Energy Cost
  • Yearly Maintenance Cost
  • Warranties and Extended Warranties
  • Repair Costs
  • Return On your Investment (ROI)

Energy Savings

  • Heating Efficiency
  • Cooling Efficiency
  • Programmable Thermostat Controls

Indoor Air Quality

  • Air Filtration
  • Humidity Control
  • Bacterial Virus Control
  • Fresh Air Ventilation

As you can see, a new system decision is impacted by many factors. This guide will present your options and your answers will help us design the best system to meet your needs. So let's get started!

The following questions will guide you through these points of consideration:

Which energy source does your system use to heat your home?

Natural/LP Gas    Oil    Electric    None   

What type of system would you like in your home?

Furnace / Air Conditioner Split System (Gas Heating/Cooling)
Heat Pump Split System (Electric Heating/Cooling)
Furnace Only (Heating Only)
Air Conditioner Only (Cooling Only)
Water / Steam Boiler (Heating Only)
Packaged System (Heating and Cooling)
Packaged System (Cooling Only)
Duct-Free System (Heating and Cooling)
Duct-Free System (Cooling Only)

To help us with your evaluation, we need to know what type of system you have in your home. Review the system types below, and chose the one that best represents the system you have in your home.

Split System

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How long do you expect to stay in this home?

Less than 2 years    2 - 5 years    6 - 10 years    Over 10 years

If you are moving within the next year or two and believe investing in a new home comfort system will improve the value of your home, you should consider making the investment. If you plan to live in your current residence for many years, it may be wise to invest in your future comfort.

Are you interested in the advantages of a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system?

Yes    No

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Maximum Comfort & Efficiency
for Maximum Savings

With a traditional heating and cooling system, if you wanted to save more, you had to use less. But a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system combines the benefits of intelligent control for both gas and electric heating to create an intuitive system that can actually react to changing conditions. No matter what the temperature is outside, a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system will automatically select the fuel source most efficient for your home, which means you'll stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.


Save throughout the year with a Hybrid Heat® Dual Fuel system

Are you interested in a variable speed system?

Yes    No

Systems with variable speed blower motors have significant advantages over single speed systems


Greater Comfort

  • Reduced room temperature fluctuation
  • Better humidity control
  • Quieter operation due to motor ramping up and down slowly vs on/off

Improved Indoor Air Quality

  • Air cleaners only filter the air when the blower is on -  variable speed can run continuously for just pennies a day

Save Money

  • Lower energy bills
  • Improves system heating & cooling performance
  • Energy Star rated

Please choose the OUTDOOR sound level that best fits your needs:

Quietest - less on/off cycling    Quieter operation    Quiet operation   

Bryant's quietest OUTDOOR units have two speeds (high and low) and run on low speed about 80% of the time with longer run cycles for dramatically reduced sound levels and less on/off disturbance.


Please choose the INDOOR sound level that best fits your needs:

Variable Speed    2-Speed    Single Speed   

Bryant's quietest INDOOR units have a variable speed motor and run on low speed about 80-90% of the time for whisper quiet operation. They also have longer run cycles and gradual ramping up/down for less on/off disturbance.


What level of system efficiency are you interested in?

Please select the system type above before answering this question.

The average homeowner spends about $1,900 annually on energy bills. Heating and cooling accounts for as much as half of a home's energy use.

How much energy you can save using more efficient cooling equipment:

How much energy you can save using more efficient heating equipment:

How much energy you can save using more efficient heating equipment:

What level of annual preventative maintenance would you be interested in?

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Please choose the level of thermostat functionality you are interested in:

Evolution - Best Control    Preferred - Better Control    Legacy - Good Control    None

Programmable vs. Non-Programmable thermostats can reduce the energy used for air conditioning or heating by 5% to 30%.

Bryant Evolution™ Connex Control
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Back-lit LCD display
  • Touch-N-Go® feature for easy schedule override
  • Intuitive on-screen prompts
  • Remote system access available
  • Complete access to all equipment
  • Fan speed control
  • Ventilation control
  • 7-Day programmable cycle
  • Auto-changeover heat to cooling
  • Filter check reminder
  • Regular service checking reminder
  • Up to 8-area zone control
Bryant Preferred™
Programmable Thermostat
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Back-lit LCD display
  • Intuitive on screen prompts
  • Choice of faceplate styles
  • Humidity control
  • Ventilation control
  • 7-Day programming cycle
  • Auto changeover from heat to cooling
  • Filter check reminder
  • Supports Zoning Control
Bryant Legacy™
Programmable Thermostat
  • 7-Day programmable cycle
  • Touch 'n Go button programming
  • 8-hour backup during power outage
  • Back-lit LCD display
  • Instructions on inside of door

Would you like to independently control the temperature in specific areas of your home?

Yes    No
Zoning is a way of dividing a home into areas with similar heating and cooling needs and independently controlling the temperature in each area according to their needs and occupancy. Much like multiple light switches that independently control lighting in different rooms, with zoning, multiple zone thermostats or sensors control temperature in different areas of the home.

Are you a candidate for zoning?

  • Are different family members comfortable at different temperatures?
  • Are any rooms used for special purposes, such as a home office or exercise room?
  • Are any rooms seldom used, such as a formal dining room or guest bedroom?
  • Do you have any rooms that have unique cooling and heating requirements, such as a sunroom or bonus room?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you should consider a zoning System.

Would you like your system to have a humidifier to maintain comfortable, energy saving humidity levels during the dry heating months?

Yes    No

Too little moisture in your home can cause the following conditions: 

Increased personal discomfort

Increased static electricity damage

Increased breeding ground for viruses

Dried out wood floors and furniture

Cracked paint and plaster


It is recommended that indoor humidity levels be maintained in the 40-60% range.

Would you like your system to effectively control humidity for greater comfort, better air quality and lower energy bills?

Yes    No

Too much humidity can create a breeding ground for...

Bacteria Mold Dust Mites

...aggravating allergies and asthma

Your home comfort system should provide both comfortable temperatures and comfortable humidity levels.

It is recommended that indoor humidity be managed to be in the 40-60% range.

The Ideal Humidity System is the only system that can control both temperature and humidity without sacrificing comfort.

The Ideal Humidity System includes:

    A system with variable speed blower

    A thermostat with humidity control

Please select the level of air filtration that best fits your needs:

HEPA Air Filter     Perfect Air™ Purifier     Electronic Air Cleaner     4" Media Filter     1" Media Filter

We offer the following filtration options represented in the chart below. Please select the product that best fits your needs.


  *This chart is intended to provide information on particle size only, not air cleaner performance.

99% of the particles in the air are not visible to the naked eye.
These are the particles that are most dangerous to your health:
  • Aggravating allergies and asthma
  • Contributing to colds and flu
A standard one-inch filter captures less than 5% of the particles in the air.
This leaves the other 95% to:
  • Pollute indoor air
  • Contaminate duct work
  • Reduce the efficiency of your heating/cooling equipment

Would you like to bring in fresh air and exhaust stale air without the wasted energy and discomfort of an open window?

Yes    No

A ventilator will
help to dilute:


Cooking odors Pet odors Odors from paints and chemicals



 Ventilator Benefits

  • Odor dilution
  • Introduction of fresh, outside air
  • Reduces energy loss to a minimum
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a ventilator works

Would you like to minimize the spread of microbes, bacteria and viruses throughout your home?

Yes    No

The following can can grow on the indoor cooling coil and circulate throughout the home:

Bacteria Mold Fungus

Ultraviolet Germicidal Lights:

  • Kill these living organisms and help prevent microbial growth on the indoor coil
  • Help prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses into your home through the ductwork

Would you like to protect your family from dangerous levels of Carbon Monoxide?

Yes    No

Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide exposure: fatigue, chest pains, impaired vision, headaches, dizziness, confusion and nausea. More than 200 people in the United States die every year form carbon monoxide produced by improperly maintained fuel burning appliances.


Sources of carbon monoxide:

Car left running attached garage   Clogged chimney   Corroded or disconnected water heater vent pipe   Gas or wood burning fireplace
Cracked or loose furnace exchanger exchanger   Improperly installed kitchen range or vent   Operating a grill indoors or in a garage   Portable kerosene or gas heaters

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