Air Conditioner

Features of Aire-Flo Air Conditioners

Aire-Flo Air Conditioners have been manufactured by Lennox since the 1930s as the basic models offered by that company. The units are designed to be cost-effective and energy efficient. The two most currently released models have SEER ratings of thirteen and fourteen. Those ratings meet the new minimum standards for tax rebates and incentive programs offered to homeowners who make an energy-efficient improvement to their homes. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and measures units according to the cost of operation during the average cooling season. Some units manufactured five to seven years ago have ratings of eight to twelve, which provides a general idea of how much efficiency has improved.

In addition to being energy efficient, Aire-Flo Air Conditioners feature direct-drive fans, steel frames treated with corrosion-resistant coatings, and compressors designed for quiet operation. Compared to older air conditioners, operating one of these models will actually save households money. That means it is more expensive to continue to operate an older unit than it is to purchase one of these. Those wishing to determine if they can save money by installing a new air conditioning system can do so via a free home energy evaluation. Experienced heating and cooling companies, such as AA Temperature Services INC., offer the service to help homeowners plan ahead for comfort needs.

Most people wait until their air conditioning fails to consider a replacement. That often happens on the hottest day of the year. Forced into a quick decision, homeowners often end up spending more money on whatever units are still in stock. They do not have time to compare manufacturers and spend at least a few days miserably uncomfortable until in installation can be arranged.

An evaluation provides homeowners with the opportunity to learn which systems will suit the needs, budget, and comfort requirements of the family. The technician can make recommendations based on the size of the house, the usage, and what type of system the family desires. Planning ahead for a major investment places the family in control of the decision, the pricing, and the scheduling of the home improvement. That eliminates paying more than necessary for a system, reduces the stress of being uncomfortable, and negates the possible ramifications of making a hasty decision. You can follow them on Twitter.

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