Air conditioners may look similar, but their Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) can vary widely. Higher SEER numbers save more money spent on electricity. A 13 SEER air conditioner, the EPA "current minimum standard", uses 23% less energy then a 10 SEER unit (EPA standard up until Jan. 2006). Even though 13 SEER is the minimum efficiency available, we currently offer a line of air conditioners that start at 13 SEER and go all the way up to a 20 SEER . Depending on your average usage, higher SEER air conditioners can significantly reduce your electric bill.
Additionally, we offer many air conditioners that have advanced features, such as 2-stage compressors and variable speed fan operation. These features not only improve the comfort level of your home, but can provide additional energy savings as well.
Checkout our Air Conditioner Operation, Filters & Air Flow page, as well as our Air Conditioner Spring Start Up and Fall Shut Down Tips page!
Duct Free Systems
Duct free air conditioners make your home's individual rooms or other small spaces more comfortable. Remember, just like whole-home systems, the higher the SEER and HSPF ratings, the more efficient they will be.
We offer a variety of through-the-wall packaged terminal air conditioners (PTAC) and duct free heating and cooling systems to meet any individual room's needs.
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Repair Specialists for Bryant, Carrier and Payne Air Conditioners
With qualified professional technicians that are Factory Trained and NATE Certified we will fix your air conditioner right the first time and have it up and running quickly.
Before calling with an air conditioning emergency service, please read the tips below. It may prevent a service call or help us diagnose your problem quicker.
- Check the settings on your thermostat. Make sure the temperature control selector is set below the current room temperature, and the system switch is on the COOL or AUTO position. The fan switch should be set to ON for continuous airflow or AUTO if you want the blower to operate only while the air conditioner is operating.
- Try to get the air conditioner to turn on by lowering the thermostat to its lowest temperature setting.
- Check the air filter, an extremely dirty air filter can block air flow and cause the coil to freeze.
- Make sure all registers are open and not obstructed.
- Check the power disconnect switch by each unit (outdoor and indoor).
- Check the fuse/breaker at the electrical panel for both the outdoor and indoor unit.
- Check the thermostat batteries.
- If the problem persists, please contact us.