Saving Energy & Money: The total cost of cooling the average home is about $2,000- and that price is rising. When you have an energy efficient air conditioning, you don't have to be part of that statistics. That's why it pays to calculate how much energy a new home comfort system can save you.
Understanding Energy Rating Systems: To help you make informed decisions about how to save energy, several rating systems have been developed.The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating measures the efficiency of central air conditioners or heat pump usage over a theoretical cooling season.It's a simple ratio of the amount of cooling provided by the air conditioner — as measured in BTUs — with the amount of energy the central system consumes — measured in watts/hr. So if you see a system rated at 16 SEER, that actually means it produces 16 BTUs per watt-hour. But remember, a SEER number is theoretical. Your usage patterns — as well as proper equipment sizing and installation — will determine actual efficiency.
Get the Right Size to Save the Most Money: In most homes, the cooling system is too big. Besides wasting energy, improper size can create uneven temperatures, poor humidity control and maintenance problems over time.Improper installation can reduce system efficiency by up to 30%. But properly sized qualified equipment can easily cut your annual energy bill by hundreds of dollars.
Benefits of energy efficient air conditioning
The A/C that we offer is an American brand, 16 seer, high efficiency
Will save home owners 50% on their energy bill
10 year warranty
Equipped with a silent condenser/unit system
Reaches right temperature instantly (within minutes)
An increase in property value
Option for Smart remote control
User friendly (easy to understand)
Very affordable replacement parts after the warranty expires