Save Money with High Quality A/C Installation and Replacement in Newark and Heath
Do you think that upgrading your air conditioning unit could actually save you money in the long run? Keep these indicators in mind when thinking of future air conditioner savings: How frequently does a repair technician have to come and repair or maintain your system? How expensive is your utility bill? If you find each of these numbers to be high, then you might save money by having a new air conditioner installed.
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We at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling provide all the HVAC services you need! Call us today for a free estimate! Whether you know you need a new A/C or are thinking of upgrading or replacing your current one, with our free HVAC Estimates, you can make sure you are fully prepared before you replace your Air Conditioner.
Signs You Need to Replace Vs. Repair Your A/C
Sometimes, it can be difficult for homeowners to determine if their air conditioner needs replaced or simply repaired. While taking into consideration the overall costs of repairs in the long run, we at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling encourage homeowners to consider some other factors on whether it’s time for a new AC.
- Does your home feel cool enough?
- Is there adequate airflow?
- Do you notice water leakage in or around the unit?
- Does your unit make unusual sounds?
- Are there warm “zones” in your home?
- Does your AC take longer to cool your home?
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Why Choose Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling for Your A/C Installation & Replacement
As stated above, we at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are a Five Star Rated business which values our customers as if they were a member of our own family. We offer our customers the best technology, the best products, with the highest level of professionalism, quality and service.
- Competitive pricing
- Free estimates
- Friendly customer service
- High-quality products
Keywords for Your New HVAC System
SEER: SEER is an acronym for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. Much like MPG (miles per gallon) for your car, it’s a standardized rating number used to compare the energy efficiencies of different central air conditioners and heat pump systems. Like miles per gallon, the higher the SEER number, the more efficient the system.
SEER is calculated using the total amount of cooling provided during the cooling season, divided by the total electrical input during the cooling season. (Source)
TONNAGE: An air conditioner’s cooling capacity is expressed in BTUh (British Thermal Units per Hour) or tons (often referred to as “tonnage”). Both offer a measurement of an air conditioner’s cooling ability over an hour’s time. One ton of cooling capacity is equal to 12,000 BTUh. Residential air conditioners usually range from 1.5 to 5 tons (or, 18,000 – 60,000 BTUh). (Source)