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The home comfort system is an important, essential system in your home. The choices you make today in selecting a heating and air conditioning system, and choosing the company that will install it, will help enhance your family’s comfort, well-being and enjoyment of your home.
Make the best decision for your home
Your air conditioning unit is an important investment for your home. Selecting one is a big decision; and you want to make sure that you end up with an air conditioner that will keep your home cool through the worst heat of the summer while also controlling humidity and maintaining indoor air quality. Size, SEER and noise level are all important factors to consider.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. The SEER rating is the method of measuring the amount of electricity used by the air conditioner during operation, the higher the SEER rating, the less electricity that is used. The Canadian government’s minimum for air conditioners manufactured after 2006 is 13.0. Refrigerant has changed as well; the current R410A is more ozone-friendly than its predecessor R22 (Freon).
Quiet — The direct-drive fan design minimizes vibration and sound. Sound levels are as low as 75 dBA in the 13 SEER model and 72 dBA in the 17 SEER model.
Durable — The steel cabinet is powder painted for a long lasting automotive-quality finish. Microchannel aluminum coil technology provides superior durability and has up to seven times greater corrosion resistance versus conventional coil technologies.
Safe — All units contain R-410A refrigerant, which doesn’t contribute to ozone depletion like its predecessor R-22.
Size — One of the smallest footprints in the industry. The compact size requires less space and consequently can also mean an easier, less costly installation.
Service-Friendly — Incredibly easy for a certified Technician to clean, service and repair.