Technology and industry standards have changed, your home may have undergone changes as well, this will ultimately influence your air conditioner choice. When choosing an air conditioner, correct sizing and efficiency are critical.
If you have an air conditioning unit that’s 10 years old or more, you can reduce your energy costs by replacing it with a high-efficiency unit. The savings can be considerable and your comfort increased, particularly if you invest in long-lasting and a highly reliable central air conditioning.
Need air conditioning? Guelph residents know our friendly, trained technicians will help you make the best decision on an investment in comfort in your home.
Budget-friendly central air conditioner with a single-stage compressor will keep the heat out all summer. Our 13 Seer model is built for reliability & affordability.
Save energy with our 15 Seer model while enjoying ultra quiet operation. This model is built for tough, lasting durability.
Our 17 SEER two-stage compressor quietly delivers enhanced comfort and better levels of humidity control.
What does SEER mean?
SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is a measure of air conditioner and heat pump cooling efficiency. SEER ratings are calculated by the cooling output for an average cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency.
What does HSPF mean?
HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, is used to measure the efficiency of a heat pump. HSPF is the ratio of the heat output to electricity use over an average season. Similarly to the SEER rating, the higher the HSPF rating, the greater the energy efficiency of the unit.