In many areas of of North America, central air conditioning is vital to guarantee your comfort during the humid summer months. Unfortunately, cooling is usually the biggest expense on your monthly energy bills.
The solution to reducing your ongoing expenses may be to get a new, high-efficiency air conditioner. In the past, this required a large upfront investment. Now, there new solutions available that make getting a new, high-efficiency air conditioner in your house simpler than ever.
We’ll give you more details about this possibility in just a bit. But one thing is true, a an up-to-date, high-efficiency air conditioner can provide sizeable energy savings during its lifetime. Here’s what to think over as you explore air conditioning replacement in Central.
Every air conditioner gets a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating, which grades how efficiently it transforms electricity into cooling. Bigger SEER ratings mean an air conditioner is more energy efficient.
As of 2015, your new air conditioning installation is required to be 13 SEER or better in Canada and the northern United States. If you reside in the South, your new air conditioner has to be at minimum 14 SEER.
To compare, the lowest standard in the 1990s was 10 SEER, and premium air conditioners for sale today are near 25 SEER. The Lennox Energy Calculator indicates that enhancing your 10 SEER equipment to a mid-range 16 SEER system could save you 38% on your cooling costs annually!
Sizing your air conditioner properly is also essential if you want to reduce your monthly air conditioning bills.
Air conditioners are calculated in “tons.” Sizing is crucial because an air conditioner that’s too large or little can’t keep your house comfy.
An air conditioner that’s too large will frequently short cycle, which means it will struggle to remove humidity correctly. One that’s too little will fall behind with demand on warm days. Both problems will you’re your home unpleasant, increase use of on your air conditioner and may increase your utility costs.
When you work with Rolf Griffin Service Experts, our Experts will help you find the ideal air conditioner for your home. Along with increasing your family’s comfort, a correctly sized air conditioner may reduce your electrical costs each month.
The final method to confirm monthly savings when you get a new air conditioner is to boost your house’s attic insulation. Just 10% of residences in the U.S. have enough attic insulation, according to study performed by Boston University. Having the right level of insulation might help keep your heating and cooling costs low and keep your house more pleasant throughout the year.
In addition, we suggest sealing any air leaks in your house before we do an AC sizing calculation. A less leaky, more insulated house might need a smaller system, saving you on your starting investment and likely lowering your utility costs in the future.
Modern advanced air conditioners deliver great energy-saving possibilities. Installing a an updated, high-efficiency, top-of-the-line air conditioner is now simpler than ever with our Advantage™ Program.
This program takes all the stress out of installing a new cooling system. You can receive a modern air conditioner for one low monthly payment. No down payment is needed. When you join our Advantage Program, you’ll never have to stress about repair expenses, regular service or even air filters. It’s all taken care of, and you’ll receive stress-free comfort for just one reasonable monthly cost.
Our Experts are here to assist you in determining just how much you can save by installing a new air conditioner. To begin your AC replacement, contact us at 260-557-1275 to request your free comfort analysis now.
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