What makes a energy efficient HVAC unit
Advances in technology today ensures that any “upgrade” will automatically save you both energy and money. If you’re purchasing a new air conditioner, always refer to the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). A HVAC unit with a high SEER will consume less energy-up to 20 to 30% on every energy bill. Always go with a unit that has a 14 SEER score or above.
Get the Right Size
When it comes to energy efficiency, size does matter. Purchasing a unit that is too small or too large can reduce the efficiency of your product by 30 percent, essentially erasing the benefits of upgrading altogether. Not only that, but you can increase your utility bills and shorten the lifespan of your product.
Have the professionals at Brimhall install the new HVAC System
Installing a HVAC unit properly will ensure that it runs efficiently. Be sure that any plants, trees, or hedges are at least 2 feet away from the unit. Dirt and debris can cause your HVAC unit to not work properly. If needed, get a quote by a professional contractor to help you install your new HVAC unit. And once you buy your new unit, you’ll want to maximize its value with annual air conditioning maintenance – another crucial decision.
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