Feb 18, 2014

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Elkton Air Conditioners Has the Air Conditioner to Handle Your Home’s Requirements for Air Conditioning

Buying a new air conditioning system requires the home-owner to discuss with the manufacturer’s representative several critical characteristics of the home. So many advances have been made in the design and engineering of A/C systems. These include many types of filter products to clean the home air. The electrostatic air cleaner, controlled humidity systems and UV air cleaners all contribute to reducing allergies, sinus problems and other indoor air quality problems.

Accurate Air Mechanical Services Inc. can review the system you have, and make an engineering recommendation for a replacement. Part of their planning work is to calculate potential energy cost savings, check your vent system for handling a new A/C system and explain other advantages. The technicians will recommend the best, most efficient system available to fit your budget, air quality needs and air distribution requirements. This assures you of getting the Air Conditioning system you really need. There is more the consultant will do to ensure you get the best system for your home.

The Elkton Air Conditioners Comfort Consultant will discuss any problems you are having with your current system. Then the Comfort Consultant will inspect the duct system, measure your home, check the construction and the house insulation and run a load calculation on your home. All of this information will help design the proper system for the home. The Comfort Consultant’s recommendations will all be given to you in a written proposal.

This work is done to recommend the right energy efficiency rating so you can get the most energy savings. The higher the efficiency rating, the greater the energy savings. This rating is measured in a SEER rating of 13 or above. The EPA’s ENERGY STAR recognition depends upon using the proper SEER rating. Too low is not good and too high is also bad.

 

 

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