What is the best air conditioner for my home?
1. Properly designed, and sized air conditioning system. “one size DOES NOT fit all”. Studies have shown, most air conditioning systems are Not designed or installed correctly when a house is originally built. The builders budget and cost cutting have a stronger influence in the system you get than all other factors. Even a system replacement needs an experienced evaluation to improve comfort, performance and lower your utility bills. Poorly designed, sized and installed equipment will cost you more money to operate and may never satisfy your comfort requirements. Replacing your old poorly sized and designed system with a new poorly sized and designed system is a recipe for disaster. For the best air conditioning comfort, performance, efficiency and overall value; Comfortable Homes will use computer design software to assure the right system for your specific home and desires.
2. Quality equipment. The old saying, “you get what you pay for” is very true for Air Conditioning equipment. You really need to sit down with a comfort advisor to match the right equipment to your specific home. The cheapest equipment is rarely the best option.
3. Quality installation. If it’s not installed correctly, it won’t work correctly and it certainly won’t last as long. The few pennies you save on a cheap installation will likely yield shortened life of the equipment and cost you with huge operating expenses for years to come far in excess of the small amount you saved.