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Choosing the right air conditioner as a part of your central air system for your home or office is a big investment and requires a lot of thought in research should go into choosing the right system. If your looking to install a new system you are going to want to go with a high efficiency system. High efficiency systems are reliable, last long, and give you the most bang for your energy buck. We use American Standard air conditioners which have proven themselves time and time again. When the Summer heat is at it’s highest you’ll want a reliable air conditioning system that doesn’t cost too much. Click to Inquire about Furnace Maintenance or Installation.
An air conditioner that is too small will not keep your home or office cool enough, a system that is too large will cycle, which means turning on and off, more than is needed, which will waste energy and therefore your money. Choosing the correct system for your unique situation requires a lot of thought and research. Give the experts at Keenan’s a call today and we’ll help you figure out the best system for your home or office. Keenan’s can help you choose the air conditioner and total home or office cooling system that will be perfect for your unique situation. When our expert technicians come to your home or office we’ll be studying: your exact cooking requirements, window dimensions, exposure, floor space, insulation, local climate, heat generating appliances, and also the direction your home faces, and even the amount of your home’s exterior shaded by tree will influence the size of the system required. All of these factors will be considered in our recommendation for the best heating and cooling equipment for your unique situation.
Today’s heating and cooling systems must undergo periodic testing on a seasonal basis. This testing is required by the U.S. Department of Energy for each manufacturer. These ratings are known as the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER), which is for air conditioners, and the Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF), for heating equipment. The higher these ratings are, the more energy-efficient the system is. Most new homes are built using a standard builder’s model of the equipment. When a replacement becomes necessary you will want to upgrade to a more energy efficient system. While these can have a higher upfront cost, it pays off in the long run by lowering your monthly energy costs.