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What to Consider When Replacing Your Central Air Conditioning

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When it comes time to replace your A/C system, you want to make sure you’re choosing a system that is right for your family’s air conditioning needs, as well as your budget. After all, your air conditioner is likely one of the largest and most important appliances in your home, so you want to get the most out of it.

Whether your current system has begun to fail or you’re simply looking to improve your home’s overall comfort level and lessen your electric bills, here are few factors to consider before investing in new air conditioner:

Type of A/C System

The type of air conditioner that is best for you will depend on your home’s layout and your family’s specific heating and cooling needs. From straight cool systems, to heat pumps, to packaged systems for mobile homes, an Encore Air Conditioning Comfort Advisor will be able to help you find the perfect fit for your home and your budget.

Size of the System

Many homeowners do not realize how important it is for their central A/C system to be the right size for their home. If your air conditioner is too small, it will have difficulty achieving a comfortable temperature throughout your living space. Oppositely, while an oversized A/C system might not sound like a bad thing, a system that is too large may not be able to adequately remove excess indoor humidity. And that will leave your home feeling muggy, clammy and uncomfortable. Whether too big or too small, an air conditioner that is not correctly sized for your home may also leave you with unnecessarily high electricity bills!

When having a new central air conditioning system installed, be sure your installer does not rely solely on the square footage of your home to size your system. They should spend some time getting to know the layout of your home in order to determine the AC size that will run the most efficiently and effectively.

Seer Rating

All air conditioners are given a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, which measures a system’s cooling efficiency. The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the system is and the lower your electric bill will be. As of January 2015, the U.S. Department of Energy requires all new central air conditioning systems to be at least 14 SEER. While an A/C unit with a higher SEER rating may cost you a little more up front, the energy savings in the long run will be well worth the investment! You can literally see energy savings of up to 60+% from your electric bill each month.

The AC Installation Company You Can Trust

At Encore Air, we pride ourselves on never overcharging for a new A/C installation and always doing a quality job. Before our technicians install your new system, they’ll assess your home’s layout and consider its unique heating, cooling and ventilation needs to make sure you’re getting the right system for the right price.

We strive to build lasting relationships with our customers and believe full transparency and honesty is the best way to do that. That’s why you’ll find prices for new HVAC installations of all types and sizes right on our website! Encore Air Conditioning is the only company in the Tampa Bay area to list replacement central air conditioning and heating prices on the Internet. Along with these very competitive prices Encore Air Conditioning has maintained all “A” reviews. Ranking a 4.8 out of 5 stars across the last 1100 reviews from recent customers.

Don’t suffer from your worn out or underperforming air conditioner any longer. Give Encore Air a call today at (727) 698-5740, or request a free estimate online but visiting the iQuote estimate form here! Don’t forget to ask about easy financing plans available for your next replacement system today.

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