Investing in a new air conditioning unit for your home or business is a big decision. You want the HVAC system to run efficiently for the best comfort possible, and you want to lower your utility bills at the same time. Air conditioning systems must also last a long time, up to a decade or more. Air Authority explains five things you should know before investing in an air conditioning unit for your home or business.
The size of your building determines the type of air conditioning unit you require. Obviously, a smaller building (based on square footage) requires a less-powerful air conditioner. The experts at Air Authority pre-plan ahead of installing an HVAC system to understand precisely what unit works for you and your building.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s a way to measure how efficiently an air conditioning unit transforms electrical power to cooling temperatures. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the HVAC system is. Many of our Trane models are very energy-efficient to help you lower your utility bills over time.
Don’t leave air conditioning to amateurs or a DIY job. Hiring an experienced, professional HVAC contractor is the best choice when it comes to HVAC repair, service, and installation. Experts in the field, such as Air Authority, know what’s best for your home or business when it comes to ductwork, electrical requirements, and top-notch air quality. We design the best possible system for your building.
Contractors should offer warranties and guarantees on equipment, workmanship, and labor. Trane offers warranties on its products, so long as you keep up with scheduled maintenance. Air Authority includes two seasonal check-ups (one each every spring and fall) to make sure your air conditioning stays in peak condition.
Money is probably the biggest concern for property owners when it comes to investing in an air conditioning unit. Air Authority offers financing from Wells Fargo (with approved credit) for HVAC systems. The money you save over time by reducing your utility bills and improving your health with enhanced air quality makes your new air conditioner pay for itself over time.
Air Authority specializes in HVAC repair, service, and installation of world-class Trane air conditioning units. Contact us for a consultation, a free second opinion, and to discover what we can do for you.