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How to Find an Efficient Air Conditioning Replacement


If you need a new air conditioning system, money is a big concern. Most people are unprepared to replace their air conditioning system, so some budgetary adjustments must be made at the last minute. However, you still want a quality air conditioning system for your home.

The least expensive air conditioning systems do not run as efficiently as those that cost somewhat more. This means that you’ll end up spending more over the years on energy costs, whereas an energy efficient AC would offset the initial cost. Here’s how you can find an efficient air conditioning system so that you can start saving money right away.

Check the SEER

One of the best ways to ensure that your new air conditioner runs efficiently is by looking for the SEER. The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio is required to be listed on any air conditioning system sold in the United States. Standards for efficiency have recently changed, and any air conditioner sold in our area must have a SEER of 14 or greater.

A SEER of 14 is the minimum, but it is still far more efficient than those built even a decade ago. An even higher SEER, however, could save you hundreds of dollars each year, depending on usage and the condition of your older system. You can also look for the ENERGY STAR label, which means the system is approved for efficiency by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Ask a Technician

It doesn’t matter how efficient your air conditioner is if you don’t have a quality technician to install it for you. Amateur installation can result in a number of different issues with your air conditioning system. If the AC is not properly installed or if it is the incorrect cooling capacity for the size of your home, it won’t run efficiently, it may need frequent repairs, and it may need replacement far too soon.

Call the skilled HVAC technicians at Air On Demand for air conditioning replacement in Miami, FL and ask for an estimate.