HUMIDITY AND HEAT GETTING YOU DOWN? THIS SUMMER, CONTROL THE FORECAST! (in your home of course)
Leveling out the temperature in your home does not have to be an arduous process involving numerous fans, open windows or window units. While these options eventually cool down your home, there are better ways to beat the heat and humidity. An air conditioner changes the temperature, humidity and overall air quality of your home or business. More specifically, an AC unit makes your living or work space cooler by drawing heat out of the building and transferring it to the outdoors, while replacing the air inside your home with cooler, conditioned air.
Sounds pretty great right? There’s more…our team works with you to select the best air conditioner for your needs. Each AC system is rated according to their Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), which measures the efficiency of the cooling process of air conditioner and heat pump systems. Simply stated, the higher the SEER, the greater the efficiency. With a higher SEER system, the lifetime energy savings are likely to surpass the higher initial costs. Trust us, your wallet will thank you!
Instead of melting in the sweltering summer sun this year, let us change your typical routine of open windows, numerous fans or window units, to level out the temperature in your home. These options can help but truly are bandaids. We have many options for your air conditioning needs and can fit everyone’s budget.
An air conditioner changes the temperature, humidity or general quality of the air. More specifically, an air conditioner makes your home or business cooler by drawing heat out of the building and transferring it to the outdoors, then replaces the air inside your home with cooler, conditioned air.
AC systems are rated according to their (SEER), Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio . SEER indicates the relative amount of energy needed to provide a specific cooling output. Many older central air conditioning systems have a SEER of 10 or less. Today, the minimum SEER allowed in the United States is 13 which is 30% more efficient. Of course factors like how cool you want it, for how long and electricity cost, play with that percentage. With a higher SEER air conditioning system, the lifetime energy savings are likely to surpass the higher initial cost of a high-efficiency unit. Your wallet will thank you.
Contact one of our experts today to learn more about air conditioners and energy efficient systems.
EER – Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) measures cooling efficiency and is calculated by dividing a product’s BTU output by the watts of power it uses. Rule of thumb―higher is better.
INFINITY® 21 CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER – 24ANB1
OUR HIGHEST EFFICIENCY WRAPPED UP IN COOL COMFORT
♦ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2012 qualified in select sizes
♦Superior summer dehumidification when managed by the Infinity control
♦Two-stage scroll compressor
• Up to 21 SEER
• Up to 15 EER
• Compressor enhanced summer dehumidification when managed by the Infinity control
• Sound: as low as 65 decibels2