Stay Cool Inexpensively with High Efficiency Air Conditioners in Lafayette, IN
There are a couple of ways you can cool your house by air conditioning. This can be done by using a standard condensing unit outdoors or it can be done by using a heat pump. Which one is best for you? With so many options in cooling capacity and capabilities these days it is really hard to know which unit to buy and what will be the best for your home. If you're unsure about what type of air conditioning installation you need, call Comfort Mechanical and ask about our efficient air conditioning systems.
A standard air conditioning unit only works in the spring, summer, and possibly fall. These units vary in capacity to fit your house individually. They also vary in SEER rating (seasonal energy efficiency rating) which is the amount of electricity they require to cool your home. The higher the SEER rating of the unit the less energy it consumes. These units are normally cheaper than a comparable heat pump.
The next kind of air conditioning to consider is a heat pump. This unit operates year round as both a heating and cooling unit. This unit is more expensive to purchase but it does have its advantages. A heat pump can save the homeowner money since it is cheaper to operate than a furnace at moderate temperatures which leads to MUCH lower utilities bills.