SEER is an acronym for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient your air conditioner will be. Currently, the federal government mandates that all new central air conditioning equipment be at least SEER 13 and can extend all the way up to 25 SEER rating.…Read the rest of this entry »
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The ultimate answer to this question is it depends. There are many advantages to running your furnace continuously; however, there are many variables that effect whether a home owner will be better off leaving their furnace running all the time. Constant air movement give the perceived effect that moving air is more comfortable than still air, it in effect does the same function for the home that a ceiling fan does for a room.…Read the rest of this entry »
Many home owners think when they purchase a new furnace or air conditioner that it should be like buying a TV. You bring it home and plug it in and it should work right. However, Government and utility companies research shows that 9 out of every 10 new systems had wasting mistakes due to errors or oversights by the installing contractor.…Read the rest of this entry »
When you buy a home, the details can become overwhelming. Most home buyers are concerned with how many rooms, colors, appliances, etc. Heating and cooling some times takes a backseat to some decorating decisions. The most important aspect when purchasing a home is how comfortable you will be in your new home.…Read the rest of this entry »
In Utah, having air conditioning is almost a necessity. This is a list of the top 10 ideas to make your air conditioner work efficiently and stop wasting energy.
- Maintain Your AC: Get your air conditioner tuned-up once-a-year. This will help your AC unit run efficiently and catch any repairs that need to be taken care of.