SEER is the efficiency rating for heat pumps and air conditioners. In this video we'll review what it means for you, regarding your energy bills and how it affects the purchase and performance of your home HVAC system. As a homeowner, there is a lot to consider when making a decision on a new air conditioner or heat pump cooling system. One of the most important factors in purchasing an HVAC system is energy efficiency. And that's where SEER comes in.
This video takes a look at the most common home HVAC system: Furnace and air conditioning split systems, also known simply as split systems. We'll walk you through what these systems are and how they work. There's a good chance that your home has a split system, so it's important to understand how your ac unit and furnace work together to heat and cool your home.
In this video, we will explain the different features of a Packaged or Rooftop HVAC system and why you might need one, all available at HVACDirect.com.
TXV stands for Thermostatic Expansion Valve. Why do I need a TXV you might ask? Well let us first figure out what a piston does on a refrigerant line. The piston is a refrigerant metering device that the line set will attach to. The refrigerant liquid will pass through the small orifice with a fixed size in the piston.
There are many different acronyms by which efficiency is labeled. You have probably heard of some like EER, HSPF, or SEER but what exactly do they mean and what process do they use to determine these numbers? Well I am here to explain and better help you with future purchases in the HVAC world.
Every winter, we find ourselves bracing for the cold and fearing the arrival of our monthly heating costs. You might wonder whether there are ways of enjoying a warm and comfortable home without incurring a huge utility bill. Fortunately, there are various ways you can stay warm without breaking the bank. One of the ways to do so is investing in Goodman air conditioning condensers.
A huge part of summer life is establishing ways of staying cool while decreasing costs. However, establishing how to decrease electricity bills during summer can be hard, particularly during the hottest temperatures. One of the most apparent ways of staying cool during summer is through air conditioning systems. However, air conditioning could get costly. What you want to do is enhance air flow to move cool air in your home. This will keep your home cooler and help decrease energy costs.