Best Matched HVAC Systems: Our Expert Recommendation
Here at Logan Services, we take pride in offering you the best HVAC equipment combinations available for your home and your comfort needs. When it comes to Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati heating and cooling replacement, you can rest assured that our team will provide you with timely, efficient, and quality solutions.
To make the most out of your investment in home comfort, we always recommend replacing your furnace and air conditioner simultaneously. Because the heating and cooling equipment work together, ensuring that your air conditioner's technology is compatible with your furnace's capabilities is essential.
When we provide you with an estimate for a heating and ac replacement, we will recommend the best options of matched systems. Watch below and read on to learn about our expert recommendation on which heating and cooling systems work best for your home and the benefits they will provide.
EXPERT HVAC SYSTEM RECOMMENDATION #1:
Trane XL 17i AC (formerly known as the XL18i) and S9v2 Furnace
Two-Stage Cooling and Heating
Your air conditioner is basically a big dehumidifier. So with a new high-efficiency A/C, you won't only cool your home, but you will also better extract moisture.
Energy Savings & Efficiency
EXPERT HVAC SYSTEM RECOMMENDATION #2:
Trane XC95m Furnace and XV20i AC
Variable Speed, Communicating System
This furnace and air conditioner combination use variable speed technology. The outdoor A/C unit runs at 50%, then the indoor blower matches that by running at 50%; this ensures the correct airflow for precise heating and cooling for your home.
Quiet HVAC Operation
With the Trane XV20i AC and XC95m furnace, you won't have to worry about the system running loud when it kicks on. You can relax outside or enjoy the comfort inside without having to talk/listen over the sound of your system.
Built For Peak Efficiency
This communicating HVAC system is built for efficiency; it will run constantly at lower runtimes. This constant running provides air more often and will use energy less often because it's not ramping up every time the heating or cooling kicks on.
You will find maximum dehumidification with the Trane XC95m and XV20i. Humidity can affect your home in many ways, so it's important to have a system that will provide dehumidification and take moisture out of the home. Your home will feel even more comfortable at a high temperature when you don't have that additional humidity.
Consider our expert recommendations if you want to upgrade your HVAC system. These furnace and AC combinations will provide optimal comfort for your home. Our friendly team of experts is ready for your call! We serve the Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati neighborhoods.
What is the difference between central air conditioning and a room/unit air conditioner?
Central air conditioning cools the entire house by distributing conditioned air through ducts, while room/unit air conditioners are designed to cool individual rooms or smaller spaces. Central air conditioning systems are generally more expensive to install but offer whole-house cooling, while room/unit air conditioners are more affordable and easier to install but only cool specific areas.
What is the BTU rating, and how does it relate to the cooling capacity of an AC unit?
BTU (British Thermal Units) is a unit of measurement that indicates the cooling capacity of an AC unit. The higher the BTU rating, the greater the cooling capacity. The appropriate BTU rating for your AC unit depends on the size of the room or space you want to cool. Larger rooms require higher BTU ratings, while smaller rooms need lower BTU ratings.
What is SEER, and why is it important when choosing an AC unit?
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a measure of an air conditioner's energy efficiency. It represents the cooling output divided by the energy input over a typical cooling season. Higher SEER ratings indicate greater energy efficiency. Choosing an AC unit with a higher SEER rating can lead to lower energy consumption and reduced operating costs over time.