Lawrenceville Heating and Air Repair Contractor Offers Ways to Compare Air Conditioner Brands

Many Lawrenceville homeowners and commercial property managers are in the process of choosing the right brand of air conditioner. This is a decision that will either lower heating and cooling bills for a decade or more or cause many sleepless nights over reliability and wasted money on utility bills.

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga., Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Lawrenceville GA air conditioning repair contractor shares tips that will pay residents of Lawrenceville, GA dividends for many years to come. All too often clients choose the wrong brand of HVAC equipment and the wrong heating and air installation contractor costing them untold money for years to come. A good air conditioner and furnace installed by a reliable HVAC contractor will not only help to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, it will save you money on your energy bill as well.

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If you choose one which has a good warranty you can also save a lot of money on repairs. Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is one way to measure energy efficiency. The following is a look at a few popular brands of air conditioners and how they compare to each other in terms of energy savings and warranty.

Trane is one of the most respect air conditioning unit brands. One reason is because of the excellent warranty the company offers. Trane offer a 10-years warranty on internal functional parts, along with the compressor and outdoor coil. Its SEER rating of 17 means it is very energy efficient and can earn buyers energy efficiency tax credits.

Another excellent brand is Carrier. Carrier air conditioning units have one of the top SEER ratings in the industry. Their air conditioning units have SEER rating between 15 and 21. This can mean a savings of significant amounts of money on our energy bills. Carrier also offers one of the best warranties in the industry. If the product is registered within 90 days of purchase, customers get a 10-year standard parts limited warranty. If they fail to register the product promptly they will instead get a coverage period which only lasts 5-years. Depending on the model purchased some of the components have standard warranty periods of differing lengths.

When many people want an air conditioning unit they can trust they purchase Lennox products. With SEER ratings of up to 25, Lennox is one of the industry leaders when it comes to energy efficiency. Over the course of the life of the unit the buyer can save thousands in energy costs.

When combined with solar modules in their SunSource® Home Energy System consumers could see their energy costs reduced by up to 50%. Their industry leading warranty means should anything go wrong with the unit they can realize great savings on labor costs as well. With a 10 year warranty on most models and up to 20 years on some parts, Lennox air conditioning units can provide a homeowner with precious peace of mind.

Homeowners and commercial property managers can choose to purchase Lennox heating and air equipment. When compared to the national brands like Trane and Carrier, the installed price should be substantially less. When installed by a company like R.S. Andrews, A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau, the client is assured of having a quality installation of quality equipment that will bring many years of service.

About the Contractor:

R.S. Andrews has served heating, air conditioning and plumbing needs of the Atlanta GA area, including Lawrenceville, since 1968. But most importantly to the consumer, they have achieved an A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau for the quality and value of their service.

http://lawrencevilleairconditioning.com/

770-882-2757

Media Contact: Dari Payrow, R.S. Andrews Heating and Air Conditioning, 770-882-2757, atlacman@gmail.com

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