SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is the measurement used for both air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiencies. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficiently a unit operates. This saves homeowners and consumers money on energy costs. Units with SEER ratings of 16 or more can save you up to $500 a year as opposed to lower ratings.
Many people compare SEER of an A/C unit to the miles per gallon of a car. The higher the number, the more efficient it operates. Be sure to consider how often you will be using your units and the climate of your area. Look into the SEER ratings during your decision making process.
Don’t be deterred by unfamiliar terminology associated with HVAC systems. Ask your Logan A/C and Heat Services Comfort Specialist about anything you are unsure of and how it can affect your units, finances, and home comfort.
To find out which SEER rating will meet your needs and budget, schedule a free estimate now!