How to buy an Air Conditioner
It is March 2nd and it is freezing! When is Spring going to come? Though it may seem like summer is really far away,now would be the best time to start thinking about a new air conditioner. The reason being that you do not want to wait until that first 90 degree day in June and be sweating in your warm home. Also, in many instances you can get units for a lower price at this time of year. There are certain things that you should do when looking into an air conditioner.
- You may want to enlist the help of a professional, like one of Flame’s Comfort Consultants, who can help to pick out the right unit for your home.
- The size is very important, and if your air conditioner is too big for your home,you are just wasting energy because you don’t need that much cool air in your home. If it is too small, your home will not cool down as well, and the unit will be working extra hard to try to get it cool, and that can also waste energy and money. Therefore, you should make sure that your air conditioner is properly fitted and in tune with your home.
- Energy Efficiency- Do you want to go green with your air conditioner? If you do, remember it can also help with saving you money. There are different air conditioners that are more or less energy efficient. A way to tell is by looking at the SEER number. This number is a measure of air conditioner efficiency, and the higher the number, the more efficient the system is. On Bryant’s, the highest SEER number is 20 and that is the best number possible.
- Another thing to consider, especially if you’re looking into a Bryant Air Conditioner, is the series of the air conditioner.
If you have any questions or concerns about buying an air conditioner, please don’t hesitate to call Flame and talk to a Comfort Consultant, and they can help you with all your needs.