How To Get A More Energy-Efficient Unit
An air conditioner’s SEER rating describes its maximum energy efficiency. Units with higher SEER ratings are more efficient, but they may not be ideal for your property. Modern HVAC units have SEER ratings that range from 13 to 25. Older units averaged closer to 8 or 9 SEER. Therefore, most air conditioners that are installed today surpass older HVAC systems in efficiency.
However, they’re not guaranteed to be as efficient as the number at which they’re rated. That’s just the maximum. If you don’t run your unit properly, you won’t see its maximum potential. That means that if you’re constantly changing the thermostat or don’t have sufficient insulation, you won’t get the maximum SEER out of your air conditioner.
The SEER value is like the MPG rating on your car. It changes depending on the operation.
Their are many things to consider when looking for an AC Replacement in Houston and your HVAC specialist will help you determine how to get the most energy-efficient air conditioner for your home. To determine this, you must take into account your house’s ductwork, insulation, sun exposure, and size. You’ll also need to address your budget and lifestyle.
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