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HVAC Products of the Week: Comfort™ Series Air Conditioners

Updated: Feb 10, 2023

Considering the purchase of a new air conditioning unit? You’ll want to take into consideration several factors as you explore systems. Read on to learn about the benefits and limitations of Comfort™ Series Air Conditioners:


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Factor #1. Consider Noise Levels

One of the first things you’ll notice about the Comfort™ Series Air Conditioner family is that the units are fairly quiet — with most models emitting the noise equivalent to a hair dryer. Considering that this unit will sit outside, you’re not likely to hear much from it when you’re inside your house.


Factor #2. Note the SEER Rating

Comfort™ Series Air Conditioners have a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) — the metric used to rate the efficiency of air conditioners across the board — of between 14 and 16 out of the highest rating of 23. The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the model is considered to be, so this is a family of air conditioners with an above average rating.


Factor #3. Installation Restrictions

The U.S. Department of Energy sets minimum efficiency standards for certain air conditioning units. These standards went into effect Jan. 1, 2015, so check with your installation professional to see if your area meets those minimum standards. Some parts of the South do not meet the minimum standards for Comfort™ Series Air Conditioners.


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If you’re ready for a new air conditioning unit, let Energy Air help you decide. We walk you through the entire process — from selecting the right HVAC products for you to installing it at your home. Our team of expert technicians have factory-direct experience, which means they know how to take apart your unit and put it back together again because they’ve seen it being made. We want to make sure your home and all your guests are cool and comfortable throughout the year — so contact us today.

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