Summer is fast approaching. The inescapable heat of the day and the hot, restless nights don’t have to be a permanent fixture of your 2014 summer!
Now is the perfect time to think about having a new air conditioning system installed. Before things start to heat up too much, check the A/C off of your to-do list and prepare for the months ahead.
So, what are some of the things you need to consider before you have an air conditioning system installed in your home?
One of the most important things to consider is the size of your home and the size of the unit. There are many different types of units, designed for both small and large spaces.
Another thing to consider is the AC system itself. Is it high-quality? Does it have the functionality that you need? How reliable is it and when will it need maintenance? To get the best system for your home, these are some of the questions that you should consider.
Atlas likes to offer our customers only the best in services and products. That’s why we’re a Trane dealer. Trane HVAC systems are known for their quality, reliability, and effectiveness. They’re also energy efficient, which means that you don’t have to worry so much about turning the A/C on.
Trane has a wide variety of HVAC systems for all kinds of homes and all kinds of situations. Trane’s Mini Split systems are great for homes that don’t have existing duct work. A Mini Split system allows you to choose which areas of the house to keep the coolest with indoor units connected to a central outdoor unit. These systems can be a good way to stay energy efficient.
When it comes to energy efficiency ratings, the seasonal energy efficiency ratio (or SEER) is used to quickly identify A/C systems that will give you the most bang for your buck. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the system.
Trane’s Mini Split systems come in a variety of SEERs, from 13 to 14 to 15 to 18. The larger systems can push more cool air into houses that require it, but are usually less efficient than the compact systems that offer SEERs of 18 or above. Usually, as the systems get bigger and bigger the SEER gets smaller and smaller.
Depending on the size of your home, Atlas can help you determine which system will serve you the best. Taking into account home size, system efficiency, and your air conditioning habits, we’ll make a recommendation that’s sure to serve you well for many years to come.
Atlas Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. is a family business that handles both residential and commercial projects. Our resident HVAC expert, Ryan Gordon, has been in the business for over 20 years. Contact us today to get a free estimate on your new installation.
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