POWERFUL ENERGY & EFFICIENCY
Powerful Energy & Efficiency
An HVAC system constitutes a crucial component of any residence or structure. Its primary function is to regulate the indoor environment, ensuring a comfortable ambiance by providing both heating and cooling capabilities, irrespective of external weather conditions or the time of year. Opting for an energy-efficient HVAC unit is highly advisable, as they demand less energy for operation, resulting in long-term cost savings.
What Makes an HVAC System Energy Efficient?
When it comes to appliances and machinery, prioritizing energy efficiency is often the foremost consideration. This holds true for HVAC systems as well, given their substantial contribution to household energy expenses.
Several factors contribute to the energy efficiency of an HVAC system, including its type and the level of maintenance it receives. Consequently, even minor adjustments to an existing system can enhance its overall energy efficiency.
The Science Behind Energy Efficiency in HVAC Systems And Designs
To identify the most energy-efficient HVAC system, it’s beneficial to grasp the underlying science. Various scientific ratings are used to evaluate the efficiency of HVAC systems:
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER): SEER quantifies the ratio of cooling output (measured in British Thermal Units or BTUs) to energy usage (measured in kilowatt-hours). In terms of SEER ratings, a higher number signifies a more energy-efficient HVAC system. Notably, SEER ratings are based on real-world seasonal cooling conditions rather than controlled laboratory settings.
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER): Another crucial rating found in highly efficient residential HVAC systems is the EER rating. Unlike the SEER rating, the EER does not rely on seasonal averages for its calculations. Instead, it is determined under controlled laboratory conditions. Similar to the SEER rating, a higher EER number indicates a more energy-efficient HVAC system.
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF): The HSPF rating assesses the efficiency of an HVAC system’s heat pump, which operates in both heating and cooling modes. It quantifies the total space heating required, calculated by dividing the BTU measurement by the total electricity consumption of the pump in kilowatt-hours. A higher HSPF ratio signifies a more efficient heat pump.
Energy Savings Service Agreement
This program offers an accessible yearly package providing cost-effective maintenance and prioritized heating and air service as needed. It leads to savings on utility expenses and helps prevent inconvenient breakdowns during extreme weather conditions, be it in the scorching summer or chilly winter.
Includes weekends + holidays
Spring + Fall Tune-Ups
2 per contract term (details below)
1 Free Service Call
Per contract term
Additional 10% off
All accessories and labor
For travel charges and credit card payments
What Does a tune-up consist of?
Consistent upkeep of your heating and cooling systems not only reduces your utility expenses but also guarantees efficient air conditioning during the summer and effective heating in the winter.