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Reducing Your Energy Consumption with a More Efficient Heating or Air Conditioning System

Did you know that more than 20 percent of the average American household’s energy consumption comes from heating and cooling? Keeping your house cool in the summer and warm in the winter without breaking the bank can be challenging. One of the ways to achieve this is through the use of an energy efficient HVAC system. The right unit can significantly reduce your utility bills and increase your home’s environmental performance.

What is an Energy Efficient HVAC System?

It’s important to understand what features determine the energy efficiency of a heating and cooling system before purchasing a new one for your home. The efficiency of HVAC units is measured by their Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. This number is assigned to every heating and air conditioning unit and it’s used to describe its efficiency. The higher the SEER rating, the less energy the unit needs to operate.

A high quality, energy efficient HVAC system has a SEER rating of at least 15. Models with such efficiency are marked with the Energy Star label, which guarantees that the model will keep your energy bills low throughout the year.

What are the Benefits of Buying an Energy Efficient HVAC System?

You will need to spend more money on the purchase of an energy efficient HVAC system. This kind of investment, however, will give you an opportunity to enjoy a medley of important benefits.

Lower Energy Costs

The first and most obvious advantage of Energy Star HVAC systems is their low energy use. High efficiency air conditioning and heating systems require less energy than some of the less expensive units on the market, which translates into reduced energy bills at the end of the month.

Although the initial investment on a HVAC system with SEER rating above 15 may be higher, lower efficiency air conditioners can considerably increase your running costs by literally wasting electricity.

Improved Performance

High efficiency HVAC units come with three-staged compressors, adjustable speed air handlers and many other useful features that enable them to consume less energy. These added benefits also help control temperature swings, making your home a more comfortable and safe place to live in.

Last but not least, high efficiency air conditioners offer a wide range of health features like antiviral filters and ionizers, which enhance the quality of the air you breathe at home.

Longer Operating Life

Built to minimize on and off cycling, high performance HVAC units also experience less malfunctions than other models on the market. The improved performance extends the operating life of the unit, which gives you a great return on investment.

When shopping for an energy-friendly HVAC system, consider selecting a model that comes with a four-star rating or higher. Such units pack the highest energy efficiency and pollution-reducing qualities offered on the market.


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