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Do I need a new unit?

When it comes to efficiency and savings, old equipment simply doesn't measure up.  Even though your present HVAC equipment is working fine, that doesn't mean you are getting the best value out of it.  Cooling and heating systems of even 10 years ago lack the efficiency of today's highly advanced units.  As a result, it costs more to operate an older system, even though the unit has been trouble free. Air conditioners are rated by Seasonal E ...
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How much money will I spend?

Ahhh...The $64,000 question!  Ok...Ok.  Bad Joke. The total price of air conditioning and heating products depends on a lot of variables... Brand Selection Number of Components Purchased Dealer Selection/Installation Cost Within brands, there are usually good, better and best products, each with different price tags.  Efficiency ratings can also effect cost. Note:  We will NEVER try and sell you something you do not need.  W ...
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How can I compare brands?

This one is asked a lot and there is no easy answer.  However, there's lots to be said on the subject.  Each manufacturer has a different value proposition and some brands make various units, tools, etc. that will work better for you given a wide variety of circumstances.  In other words, one unit may be better suited for your needs than another.  We will be happy to show you the various documents and/or ratings as well as explain in common E ...
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What do I look for in a new heat/air system?

The system you choose depends upon your personal needs.  There are generally 3 major criteria for making a purchase.... Reputation For Installation Efficiency and Performance Value For The Price We carry major brands, stand by our service and installation and offer the best value available.  However, don't short change yourself by selecting your product or system purely on price.  That decision may cost you more in the long run.  A ...
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How can I save money?

Check the age of your current heating/air conditioning unit.  Newer products are much more efficient than older ones.  Current furnaces on the market are over 90% more efficient!  Modern air conditioners also use much less electricity than their predecessors. Also, be sure to check the SEER or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio on the product you are considering.  This efficiency measurement is similar to Miles Per Gallon for cars.  The hig ...
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How do you know what size system I need?

Which system is best for a particular application is best determined by a trained and certified technician.  There are many variables to be considered, such as climate, square feet, window area, type of windows, insulation, number of people, and more.  One of our technicians will take all these factors into consideration when making a recommendation and supplying you with a free quote. ...
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What do ratings numbers mean?

To help consumers make informed choices, the U.S. Government requires efficiency rating of all air conditioning and heating equipment.  The rating is meant to reflect the percentage of energy used efficiently.  A high rating indicates high efficiency.  There are various names for efficiency ratings depending on the equipment. Air conditioners are rated by Seasonal Energy Efficient Rating (SEER).  Heat pump equipment is rated by the Heating ...
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How often should filters be cleaned?

Typically, filters should be cleaned or replaced every 1-2 month(s).  Some units are equipped with high capacity or washable filters.  These filters need to be cared for in accordance to the manufacturer's instructions. ...
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How do I find and evaluate a dealer?

Ask the dealers you are considering how long they have been in business.  Common sense says that older, more established companies will have a better record of customer satisfaction.  Conditionaire has been serving this area since 1971. Check to see the dealer's contractor's license.  Dealers must have a license to receive the permits needed for the job.  Only licensed HVAC contractors can legally purchase the refrigerant needed for air co ...
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