In its latest Infographic. Isley's Home Service, Inc. offers homeowners a comprehensive, easy-to-understand explanation of their air conditioner system.
The HVAC Company includes information on how yesterday units compare to today’s energy-efficient models is and what the new SEER ratings mean for your power bills. In addition, Isley's include a list of the top items homeowners look for in a new A/C unit, as well as a handy "fact or fiction" list to bust through old myths and set the record straight to help homeowners save on their utility bills.
Today's A/C units offer reduced energy consumption as well as more efficient cooling. Proper maintenance, including regularly replacing your air filters and having the unit serviced twice a year, keeps your unit going strong for 10 to 15 years.
If your air conditioner is more than 12 years old, replacing your HVAC system with a new, energy-efficient model helps reduce power bills by as much as 20%, especially if you live in an extreme climate. Sealing your ductwork also leads to significant energy savings, as it dramatically increases HVAC efficiency. Even though the average household spends nearly half of its energy consumption on heating and cooling their home, routine maintenance and installing a programmable thermostat help lower those costs.
Finally, all of these energy-saving tactics help prevent pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This is particularly true if you trade in your old air conditioner for one of the new, ENERGY STAR models.