Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions,
Sarah has worked in the HVAC industry for more than 18 years. During this time, she has provided insight to homeowners which will ultimately allow them to make the best decisions for their HVAC needs.
This past month, the one-millionth visitor visited the AC & Heating Connect website. In 2013, North Americans began looking to our site to find useful information regarding air conditioning and heating equipment for homes and businesses.
If your air conditioning unit happens to fail, it is important to do your research before deciding on a new one. Learn how SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) ratings should influence your decision.
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Recently, Emerson conducted a survey of approximately 1,500 U.S. homeowners to learn more about the most important features they consider when purchasing air conditioning and heating systems, what factors influence the decision to purchase, and how they feel about their HVAC contractor.
Based on many user comments and questions we’ve received on AC & Heating Connect over the past two years, we noticed a lot of confusion about what “comfort” really means to homeowners. It seems like many people are not aware of the comfort advantages available in 16 SEER or greater systems with capacity modulation.
Unlike vowing to eat better or lose weight, resolving to make your home more energy efficient is an easy commitment. You’ll not only save money, but also feel more comfortable at home throughout the year.
There are inherent benefits to cooling the whole house including better air circulation, filtration and the elimination of cold or hot spots. However, there are times when cooling the upstairs bedrooms don’t make sense if no one is sleeping in them. There are two real options to successfully zoning your cooling space.
Just about every basic central air conditioner on the market will produce cold air throughout your home if it’s installed and sized correctly. However, there are some features of high efficiency systems that are often worth the additional price when you take more than just the initial purchase cost into consideration.