Stay in Control of Your Comfort and Your Energy Expenses

One of the most essential things homeowners look for in an air conditioner, next to keeping them cool, is energy efficiency. Whether you are looking for an air conditioner replacement or wanting to get the most out of the efficiency of an existing system, being energy efficient is important. Heating and cooling expenses can make up almost half of your total heating and cooling expenses, so we want to help you do everything you can to make sure you’re cool while keeping down costs.

If you’re looking into air conditioner replacement you’ve probably noticed each unit has a SEER rating. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, and is an indication of the efficiency of your air conditioner. The higher the SEER rating, the higher the efficiency, which means the lower the utility costs. The government orders a minimum SEER rating for all equipment that was manufactured after 2015, that number is based on location. Our certified pros will work with you and look at your home to help you make the best choice when considering air conditioner replacement.

If you’re looking to get the most efficiency possible out of your present unit, there are a host of things you can do. First, as we always try to remind people, swap out your air filters. A dirty filter will cause your air conditioner to operate harder to keep you cool. Keeping it clean will help with efficiency, keep your air clean and extend the life of your unit. We don’t want to sound like a broken record, but it’s a big deal.

Another thing to do is stay on top of routine maintenance. Our certified professionals will clean your unit, check electrical connections and catch any problems that might be impacting the efficiency of your unit.

Our experts will work to keep you comfortable and save you money. We know what a large investment your air conditioner is and we want to keep it working at its best and help you save money on your energy bills in the process. Give us a call at 804-302-6657.

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