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  • SEER Ratings Explained

    SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and was defined by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute. The SEER rating of a unit is the cooling output of the system during a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy used in that same period.
  • Programmable Thermostats Reduce Utility Bills

    Programmable thermostats can reduce your utility bills if you use them correctly. According to the department, you could save around $180 in energy costs depending on how you set your thermostat. To help you save as much as possible, we have some of the best tips below to help you get started.
  • AC Energy Consumption In The US

    Two thirds of homes in the United States have air conditioners. All of these air conditioners add up to using about 5% of the electricity consumption in the United States and costs more than $11,000,000,000 (yes that is billions of dollars) to homeowners.
  • Change Your Furnace Filters

    Filters are very important to your HVAC system and It is good idea to change your furnace filters every month. We have the top 5 reasons why you should change your furnace filters.
  • Why Choose a Ductless Mini-Split System

    Mini split systems tend to be a lot more efficient than your typical central split systems. SEER ratings for mini split systems usually range from 18 SEER all the way up to an amazing 30 SEER. With SEER ratings like that, your system will be able to reduce your energy bills significantly compared to standard central split systems.
  • System Help Form

    Need help in choosing the right unit or system for your house? Use this form to tell us about your system and your house. From this information we will be able to help you find a great system for your needs.
  • How To Size Your Air Conditioner or Heater

    When sizing air conditioners, be careful not to make the mistake of getting one that is too large. If the system you install is too large for the space, it will short cycle. In other words, the compressor will not run long enough to dehumidify the space and will limit your comfort.
  • Regional Efficiency Standards

    The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 provided the latest round of government regulated standard efficiencies allowed for air conditioners sold in the Unites States. These new standards went into effect on January 1, 2015. What is unique about these new efficiency standards is that they have allowed for different standards for various parts of the country rather than having just one national standard.

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