When your airflow is properly calculated and adjusted, one of the first benefits you will notice from a new air conditioner is your home will feel more comfortable throughout.
- More energy-efficient system with a higher SEER rating.
- Increased airflow.
- Hot and cold spots are reduced.
- New Air Conditioning systems are quieter.
- A new AC system will remove more humidity.
- Cleaner air with a better filtration system.
- Remote control with a programmable thermostat.
- A new warranty will give you years of worry-free comfort.
Improved energy efficiency & lower utility bills with a higher SEER rating
A new air conditioning installation will reduce your average costs on utilities because the new system will be more efficient. As a new air conditioner system gets older, it uses more energy and becomes less efficient. That 10 or 12 SEER system that was installed in your home 10-15 years ago is far less effective than its original rating. Learn more about SEER ratings here.
Do you have hot or cold spots in your home? This is often caused by reduced airflow to a particular part of your house.
A new air conditioner might solve this issue; however, the key is to make sure there is sufficient airflow to all areas of your home. If your home has hot or cold spots, let us know so we can provide a custom solution for your particular situation.
It may be as simple as adding additional supply or return ducts to various areas of your home, or possibly installing and adjusting manual or remote balancing dampers in your existing duct system. These solutions along with your new AC system will make all the areas of your home feel comfortable and balanced.
Better indoor air quality air purification
Many older air conditioning and heating systems use a simple 1” air filter which is usually smaller than the air filters with a new system today. Most new systems are designed with at least a 4” thick filter. A thicker air filter has more surface area to trap air-borne particulates. Learn more about home air filters here.
If someone in your home has allergies or breathing issues, a whole-house air purifier could be beneficial for you. Our whole house air purifier uses UV light to help disinfect the air you breathe from particulates, biologicals including some viruses, and odors. Learn more about a whole-house air purifier here.
Another major advantage of getting a new HVAC system is updating to all the cool modern features that come with the updated systems.
Higher SEER ratings
Your SEER rating refers to how energy efficient your HVAC system is. The new units are more efficient because stricter regulations have been imposed over the years creating higher standards for manufacturers.
Consumers also demand more energy-efficient systems and they have responded. The result is more money in your pocket if you get an updated system.
Variable Speed Compressors
Variable-speed compressors operate at lower speeds as demand changes which avoid unnecessary work on the motor. They can fine-tune the cooling or heating output to maintain a more consistent and precise temperature within the space. They can adjust the speed in small increments, preventing temperature swings and providing better comfort for occupants.
This factor increases the lifespan of the unit and helps with energy management which makes it easier to save money and balance your electrical use.
Wireless Remote Thermostats
Smart thermostats are becoming more and more popular because they provide more control through adaptive learning and automation. These capabilities enable the thermostat to learn your habits such as when you leave for work and come home.
This helps you save money by optimizing your energy use when necessary and eliminating the fear of forgetting to turn something down or off when you leave the home.
Here are some other features of new HVAC systems:
- Communicating Systems
- Better Filtration
- Environmentally-Friendly Refrigerant
- New Warranties