As nice as they might feel after a long winter, hot summers can get unbearable really fast. You try to break out your Air Conditioner, only to find that it makes strange clattering noises and that there’s poor air flow, or worse – no air at all. At Nor-Can Heating and Air, we provide you with Carrier air conditioners with a 16 SEER rating (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). A SEER rating tells you the efficiency of your air conditioner, based off the cooling produced divided by the amount of electricity used. The higher the rating, the better. Most older air conditioning units only have a SEER rating below 10, and a new unit from us can cost you up you up to 45% less than the old one.
Ignoring your air conditioner year after year is going to cost you down the road, as the unit ages and loses efficiency, which hikes up your summer energy bills as a consequence. We recommend regular inspections and maintenance for your air conditioner once every year or two to ensure that your air conditioner is still working at optimal performance and saving you money over time.
When you need to get a new air conditioner, you want to make sure your new unit is efficient. We can help, as our products have the ENERGY STAR® designation and a high SEER rating. But you don’t want to only consider the SEER rating when looking at a new air conditioner – getting the best efficiency out of your unit also depends on making sure it’s the right size for your home, and that it’s properly installed by experts, like the specialists at Nor-Can. Our air conditioners from Carrier are also quiet, so that you don’t have to put up with constant rattling and humming while taking refuge from the heat.