How Does a New Air Conditioner Make You Feel?



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  • Have you been putting off purchasing a new central air conditioner until the old one breaks? 
  • Are excessive repairs forcing you to replace your current unit?
  • Are you too warm in your home?
  • Do you have your air conditioner technician on speed dial?

 

If the answer to any of these questions is "YES!", it may be time to consider the replacement of your current AC system.

 
Investing in a new, energy-efficient air conditioning system may come with a few perks! Once it’s installed, you may find that your comfort level in your home has improved and your monthly energy bills have decreased. You may even sleep well because you aren’t sweating!

 

Comfortably Relaxed

 

Your home should be your retreat from the outside world – especially when you want to escape from the summer heat.

A dependable air conditioner with reliable temperature control is designed to make your home feel comfortable. Here are a few quotes from real homeowners like you whose local, licensed cooling professional recently installed a new air conditioning system.*

 

“Happiness is a cool house!”

“When I got home, instead of dying of heat like usual, I was able to relax and actually enjoy the cover of a blanket in the summer! So worth it!”

“So wonderful to be cool again.”

“The difference in cooling our home is nothing short of AMAZING!  It used to take hours to cool the house down, and now it takes minutes!  When it's 100 degrees outside, that really means a lot!  I wish we had done this years ago!”

 

*Goodman uses the industry leader in homeowner reviews, BazaarVoice, to administer and validate the reviews. This means reviews are directly from homeowners, with checks to prevent fabrication, modification, or fraudulent activities. To see how BazaarVoice authenticates reviews, please visit www.bazaarvoice.com/legal/authenticity-policy.

Sweet Dreams!

 

Did you know that with an average of 8 hours of sleep per night, you may spend up to 2,900 hours or more sleeping in one year? Yet, have you ever tried to get a good night sleep when your home is hot and humid? It’s not easy or comfortable!

 

If your current air conditioner’s cooling ability has hit the snooze button, getting a good night sleep may become somewhat of a nightmare. You probably don’t want to spend hours tossing, turning and missing out on sleep because you aren’t comfortable in your home!

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the optimal sleeping room temperature is often between 60°F-67°F.1 “Your body temperature decreases to initiate sleep—and the proposed temperatures can actually help facilitate this.”1 So it’s no wonder that a hot and humid bedroom isn’t restful. But this also gives you a reason to prioritize your indoor comfort - sleep is important! If your air conditioner’s cooling capacity is lacking, it may be time to replace your system.

 

Here are a few quotes from well-rested homeowners who recently invested in a new air conditioning system.*

 

“Unit works great, had the best sleep since we moved into the house.”

“What a difference this has made. We now can sleep at night instead of sweating it out!”

“The house started to become bearable in the warm weather; this makes sleeping at night much easier.”

 

*Goodman uses the industry leader in homeowner reviews, BazaarVoice, to administer and validate the reviews. This means reviews are directly from homeowners, with checks to prevent fabrication, modification, or fraudulent activities. To see how BazaarVoice authenticates reviews, please visit www.bazaarvoice.com/legal/authenticity-policy.

Energy Efficiency

 

Are you comfortable spending lots of money on monthly energy bills? Most people cringe at the idea of wasteful spending. If your old air conditioner isn’t as energy efficient as today’s models or is struggling to keep your home cool, you may be spending more than necessary on monthly energy bills.

According to ENERGY STAR®, your heating and cooling system may be responsible for up to half of your monthly energy bills.2 So, it’s important to learn about the efficiency rating of your current unit. 

The good news for homeowners debating the purchase of a new air conditioner is that current high-efficiency residential equipment can boast SEER ratings of up to 19 or higher. Air conditioners from years’ past may have SEER ratings lower than 12. High SEER units typically cost less to run than low SEER units when operating under the same conditions, which may save homeowners money on those monthly energy costs. Your licensed professional cooling professional should be able to let you know if a high SEER unit is right for you.

When a low-efficiency air conditioner is replaced with a high SEER unit under the same conditions, homeowners tend to notice the monthly savings. Here are actual responses from homeowners who experience what can happen when an energy efficient air conditioner is installed by a licensed professional HVAC dealer.* 


“After my unit installation, I was pleasantly surprised to see the drop in my electric bill.”

“Purchased this unit to replace the 29 years old original Furnace/AC in our home.  Very happy with the unit, the cooling bill is about 40% of what the old one was even though this one is not a high-efficiency unit.”

“The bill came in, and we were surprised by the amount saved. We spent more at an apartment which was much smaller.”

“Our contractor explained why and how we could save money in power each month by just having a high-efficiency unit installed. After a few months in the summer, we saw a 35% decrease in our total power bill.”

“This new system is a 16 SEER unit. I'm sure the old system was maybe a 13 or 14, but it really lacked and barely kept up with the heating and cooling. Not to mention my electric bill was very high. I'm expecting a substantial decrease now.”

“Never realized what having a highly-efficient unit can mean. We have an old house and installed central air. Even though the house is breezy, the cost of the AC is half of running window units.”

 

*Goodman uses the industry leader in homeowner reviews, BazaarVoice, to administer and validate the reviews. This means reviews are directly from homeowners, with checks to prevent fabrication, modification, or fraudulent activities. To see how BazaarVoice authenticates reviews, please visit www.bazaarvoice.com/legal/authenticity-policy.

To learn more about improving your indoor comfort and saving on monthly cooling bills, contact a local professional HVAC dealer.

 

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1 National Sleep Foundation. The Ideal Temperature for Sleep. n.d. https://sleep.org/articles/temperature-for-sleep/. 30 January 2018.
2 EnergyStar. "Right-sized Air Conditioners." n.d. EnergyStar.gov. https://www.energystar.gov/ia/home_improvement/home_sealing/RightSized_AirCondFS_2005.pdf. 30 January 2018.