Why a Variable Speed System Can Give You Peace and Mind
This week on tech tips we’re going to talk about how you can get rid of that noisy air conditioner that’s driving you crazy.
Over time like any appliance your AC will get worn and things will start to squeak and make noise, but that noise can be obtrusive and a lot to handle. Many of the older AC systems out there weren’t designed with sound dampening in mind. They were designed to operate at full speed all the time.
With Bryant Evolution systems you never have to worry about sound again. Bryant has taken the time to focus on noise and reducing vibrations from AC systems to make them dramatically quieter than previous generations of equipment and equipment from other manufacturers.
This focus has produced outstanding results that can change the way you think of your AC. In addition to this, Bryant has focused on efficiency which reduces the noise produced by having a variable speed blower. So now your furnace doesn’t have to be loud because it’s running at 100% all the time. It can slowly go up and down to heat and cool your home in a more efficient way producing less noise.
In addition to producing less noise and being more efficient, it can also add connected system functionality which allows you to control your HVAC system from your phone. The system will also learn over time to better heat and cool your home while saving you money.
If you’re interested in getting a system that will give you peace and quiet, call Superior Heating Cooling Plumbing and ask for the comfort specialist.
Look at the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
One of the first things to look at is when you would be using your AC unit most. Some work best in autumn and summer; others work best in springtime. Others are made for winter use and often come with heat pumps added into their AC units to produce hot and cold air.
For that reason, you can find that investing in a good quality AC unit with heat pumps included makes sense. This can be quite useful, and leave you with a high-quality system that works all year round.
Also, pay attention to the general efficiency rating: a good quality HVAC platform is always high on the efficiency rating. Typically, anything with a 14 SEER rating can be trusted to do the job expected.
Pay Attention to the Cooling Output
Whether you buy an air conditioner or heat pump, one of the issues you will need to contend with is dealing with the cooling output. It might use a gas furnace on the heat pumps, for example, that can be harder to manage for the best cooling output.
You might also find that your AC units need to be better managed due to space. Make sure that your central air conditioner can provide you with the efficiency levels needed for your particular size of the property. Too little cooling output for the size of your home will make air conditioning installations academic. Always ensure it’s big enough to do the job needed.
Ease of Use
Another part of the process that you should look at is the ease of use. For example, the new Bryant Evolution System is more than good enough to help improve ease of use for your gas furnace. This will help to make sure you always have total control over what is going on, helping you to get a high energy efficiency SEER ratio as well as better seasonal energy efficiency ratio output.
This is all very important and will make it very easy for you to make the right choice moving forward. If you look at the ease of use, high-quality cooling output, long-term suitability, and efficiency levels, you can make a far more intelligent investment.
From a high-efficiency option to making sure it’s an evolution system you can enjoy using, you’ll find this choice all make it much easier to get the best air conditioner or heat pump for your own needs. A bit of planning and research can go an exceptionally long way!
Superior Offers Free Bids On All New Equipment
Currently, considering an AC installation? If so, we would love the opportunity to provide you with a free bid on new equipment. To set up your free bid, give our office a call at (314) 209-7500 or request an appointment by filling out the online form below.
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