Residential HVAC Installations in Orlando

When you need a team of residential HVAC experts, you need Benzah Vent Cleaning LLC. We’re Orlando’s HVAC pros.

We’re a trained and experienced team of contractors with the skills and good work ethic necessary to provide you with the most exceptional home HVAC installation service in the local area.

Contact us now at (407) 865-3295 to learn more about our highly esteemed work, and find out why we’re the best choice for all your HVAC needs.


Benzah Vent Cleaning LLC’s Quality Heating and Air Conditioning Installation

While you can’t control the temperature outside, you can control the temperature inside. Make sure your home is a comfortable climate with Benzah Vent Cleaning LLC. Our central heating and AC installation services are dependable, efficient, and top-quality.

When it comes to our work, you can expect nothing short of the best. We only use materials from trusted suppliers and work with our top-of-the-line tools. We’ve invested in the best so that we can stick to our promise of delivering exceptional work that’s build to last.

It’s no wonder we have so many happy and loyal customers who say we’re the best of all HVAC installation companies in town.


Before the installation begins, we assess the work area and make sure it’s clear, accessible, and ready for your new AC unit. This might involve removing obstacles, protecting surrounding areas, and ensuring there’s enough space to maneuver equipment.

Here are important steps in the AC installation process that follow:

  • System selection and planning: This involves assessing your home’s needs and choosing the right AC unit size and location.
  • Preparation and removal: We further prep the work area by removing any existing components or AC systems previously installed.
  • Indoor unit installation: We place and configure the evaporator coil, which cools the air inside your home, ensuring proper airflow and drainage.
  • Outdoor unit installation: We strategically position the condenser unit, which releases heat outside, also considering airflow and clearance from obstacles.
  • System connection and testing: We connect the electrical wiring, refrigerant lines, and condensate drain, then test the system thoroughly for proper operation.


BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. It’s a unit of energy measurement used to quantify heat content; in other words, how much heat energy your home needs. Specifically, one BTU unit is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.

Building characteristics like square footage, insulation level, and sun exposure all affect how much heat enters or escapes your home, impacting the BTU needed to maintain your desired temperature. Another factor is internal heat gain, such as the number of occupants and heat-generating appliances.

For your central air installation, BTU requirements might be higher if you have a larger home. On the other hand, a lower BTU unit might suffice for smaller spaces with good insulation and minimal internal heat sources.


Your HVAC system impacts your comfort and energy bills, so your system should meet your heating and cooling needs while fitting within your budget and space constraints.

To make an informed decision, consider these factors:

  • Size of your space and layout of the building
  • Seasonal temperature variations (Orlando requires a balanced system)
  • Energy efficient ratings (SEER for cooling, AFUE for heating)
  • Initial cost vs. long-term operating expenses
  • Existing ductwork or the need for new installation


You don’t necessarily need new ductwork for a new HVAC system. In many cases, we can connect your new unit to your existing ductwork, especially if it’s in good condition (no leaks, tears, or excessive rust).

However, there are some situations where new ductwork is required:

  • Age and condition: If your existing ductwork is older than 10-15 years, it might be less efficient due to leaks or degradation. New ductwork will improve overall system performance in this case.
  • Sizing mismatch: If your current ducts are too small for the new HVAC unit, they won’t be able to handle the increased airflow. This strains the system and leads to uneven heating/cooling.
  • Damage: Damaged ducts with leaks, tears, or crushed sections compromise efficiency and can spread dust throughout your home. New ductwork can address these issues.

Our HVAC Installation Services

As one of the area’s top ventilation installation crews, we have what it takes to give you the top residential HVAC solutions. We’re happy to offer you a wide range of HVAC services to suit all your needs. We install a wide range of residential HVAC systems, including:

  • Furnaces
  • AC units
  • Central heating
  • And more!

But that’s not all we do. We even offer repair and maintenance services, as well as replacement services. Browse our website for an overview of what we do, or give us a call now to learn more.

Reliable and Affordable HVAC Systems

We believe that all our customers deserve to be able to afford our services. That’s why we always strive to keep our rates fair and reasonable. When you hire us, you don’t have to expect outrageous prices or hidden service fees—that’s not what we do. We’ve built our reputation by providing unparalleled work at honest rates that all our clients can afford.

In addition to providing our services for exceptional rates, we also stand behind the quality of our work. After we’ve installed your HVAC system, we’ll go through an extensive inspection process to make sure that everything is working the way it should. We’ll only be satisfied with the job when we know we can leave you with a system that will last you and your family for years to come.

Call Orlando’s Residential HVAC Experts Now

We’ve told you all about us and what we do. Now it’s time for you to reach out and take the next step. Call us now to speak to a rep. They’ll be there to answer all our questions, help you find the best service according to your needs, and can even schedule a free in-person appointment to help you better.

With all these great benefits, it’s the best time to choose us for all your residential HVAC installation needs.

Your new HVAC system is just a phone call away. Call (407) 865-3295 now.