Why Getting a New Air Conditioner Can Decrease Your Cooling Expenses

In many locations in of North America, central air conditioning is vital to guarantee your family’s comfort during the hot summer months. Unfortunately, using your air conditioner is usually the biggest expense on your monthly utility bills.

The solution to lowering your ongoing expenses may be to get a new, high-efficiency air conditioner. This previously required a big upfront investment. Today, there new alternatives available that make buying a modern, high-efficiency air conditioner in your residence simpler than ever.

We’ll explain more about this option in just a bit. But one thing is certain, a a new, high-efficiency air conditioner can provide substantial energy savings over its lifetime. Here’s what to think about as you explore air conditioning replacement in West Chester.

Why a Bigger SEER Rating is Worthwhile

Every air conditioner earns a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating, which grades how efficiently it uses electricity for cooling. Greater SEER ratings mean a system is more energy efficient.

As of 2015, your new air conditioning installation is required to be 13 SEER or better in Canada and the northern United States. If you live in the South, your new air conditioner has to be at minimum 14 SEER.

For comparison, the minimum standard in the 1990s was 10 SEER, and premium air conditioners available today rank approximately 25 SEER. The Lennox Energy Calculator demonstrates that upgrading your 10 SEER system to a mid-grade 16 SEER air conditioner could save you 38% on your cooling expenses per year!

Why Figuring Out Your Air Conditioner’s Size is Important

Sizing your air conditioning correctly is also essential if you desire to lower your monthly electrical expenses.

Air conditioners are calculated in “tons.” Sizing is important because an air conditioner that’s too large or small can’t keep your house comfortable.

An air conditioner that’s too large will frequently short cycle, which means it will have difficulty removing humidity properly. One that’s too tiny will lag behind demand on muggy days. Both problems will lead to your home being uncomfortable, increase wear and tear on your air conditioner and might enlarge your cooling bill.

When you work with Wesley Wood Service Experts, our Experts will help you find the right-sized air conditioner for your house. As well as maximizing home comfort, a properly sized air conditioner may reduce your energy costs during the summer.

Additional Methods to Enhance Your House’s Efficiency

The final way to confirm monthly savings when you buy a new air conditioner is to boost your house’s attic insulation. Just 10% of houses in the U.S. have proper attic insulation, according to study performed by Boston University. Having the correct level of insulation may help keep your gas and electrical costs low and keep your home more comfy no matter the weather.

Also, we advise securing any air leaks in your home before we carry out an AC sizing calculation. A less leaky, more insulated home might use a smaller model, saving you on your starting investment and potentially lowering your electric costs for years to come.

Wesley Wood Service Experts is Here to Support You with All Your Air Conditioning Needs

Modern advanced air conditioners deliver great energy-saving possibilities. Replacing your old air conditioner with a modern, high-efficiency, innovative air conditioner is now simpler than ever with our Advantage™ Program.

This service removes all the stress out of getting a new air conditioning. You can have an updated air conditioner for one reasonable monthly payment. No down payment is necessary. When you join our Advantage Program, you’ll never have to worry about repair bills, annual maintenance or even air filters. It’s all covered, and you’ll receive stress-free comfort for just one small monthly expense.

Our Experts are ready to support you in determining just how much you can save by replacing your air conditioner. To begin your AC replacement, contact us at 484-401-7577 to request your free comfort analysis right away.

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