When you’re looking for a new air conditioning or heating system, it is important to factor in the total cost of ownership, not just the initial sticker price. Here are a few points to consider:
- Higher efficiency units cost more,
Over time when living in a new home or newly carpeted home, some may notice black lines/areas forming around the perimeter of carpeted rooms. The black lines on the edge of your carpet are a result of filtration soil.
How Your HVAC System Plays a Role in Filtration Soil:
The general rule is,
The Goodman 16-18 SEER systems featuring the Copeland Scroll two-stage compressor provide contractors with an ideal way to help homeowners get the comfort and efficiency they want at an accessible price. In this podcast, you can check out an interview with Eric Strausbaugh of Emerson and Steve Miles of Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning to hear what Steve thinks about two-stage technology and how to talk about it with homeowners.
The industry is getting ready for the upcoming cooling season, and this can be a very busy time of year for contractors. In this episode of HVAC on Air, we’d like to take a moment and look at how attending shows like ACCA,
Back to the Fundamentals
After a long, hot summer and countless hours explaining to homeowners the importance of upgrading their HVAC system, you often hear three dreaded responses:
- “I need to research or check around”
- “It’s too expensive” or “I don’t have the money right now”
- “I need to think about it”
Hearing those three common responses can be frustrating and could cause you to lose business to the competition.
Fresh outdoor air is required to maintain indoor air quality and a healthy building environment. However, it usually takes much more energy to treat outdoor air than recirculated air, and a large portion of this energy is spent removing humidity.
Recently, Emerson Climate Technologies conducted a survey of homeowners who have purchased a mini-split system within the past 1-5 years. The respondents represented a large sample of people across the U.S. in different climate zones, which provided a good understanding of how mini-splits are being applied throughout the country.