Replace an Old AC with a High-Efficiency System This Summer

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This summer, if your old AC unit is showing signs of wear and tear, consider upgrading to a high-efficiency HVAC system installed by the professionals at Brackett Heating, Air & Plumbing. Doing so offers several undeniable benefits, such as:

Switching to a High-Efficiency HVAC System

1. Energy Efficiency: High-efficiency HVAC systems use significantly less energy than older AC units. With SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) ratings of up to 25, compared to older models averaging around 10, you’ll see a remarkable reduction in your energy bill. By investing in a high-efficiency unit, you’re also investing in a more sustainable future.

2. Improved Comfort: These systems have features like variable-speed technology, providing consistent and precise temperature regulation. They maintain consistent comfort levels throughout your home, avoiding the temperature fluctuations often experienced with older units.

3. Longevity and Durability: High-efficiency systems are built to last. They typically offer longer warranties and require fewer repairs, assuming routine maintenance is conducted. This reliability can provide peace of mind, especially during the sweltering summer months.

4. Advanced Technology: Many high-efficiency HVAC units are smart home compatible, allowing for remote operation and automated temperature settings. Imagine coming home to a cooled house without wasting energy cooling it all day!

5. Environmentally Friendly: High-efficiency units not only reduce your energy bill but also your carbon footprint. Every unit of energy saved reduces greenhouse gas emissions, allowing you to help protect the environment.

6. Better Indoor Air Quality: Some high-efficiency HVAC systems come with advanced filtration features, improving your indoor air quality by reducing dust, pollen and other pollutants.

Investing in a high-efficiency HVAC system is a long-term commitment to comfort, sustainability, and financial wisdom. Depending on the degree of efficiency you choose, the upfront costs may seem higher than simply repairing your old unit, but the long-term savings and enhanced comfort make this a smart move. 

As temperatures rise this summer, consider upgrading to a high-efficiency HVAC system from Brackett. A Brackett Heating, Air & Plumbing team member is ready to answer your questions and schedule your no-cost in-home today.