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New furnaces are more complex than ever with lots of new features, higher efficiencies, and higher costs. Hiring the best HVAC contractor for the job is key to buying the right furnace for your home and getting a quality installation. With Stankus, you get integrity and reputation unsurpassed in the Chagrin Valley region of Ohio. See Dos and Don’t in Purchasing a New Furnace.
When looking to replace your home heating system or convert from oil to gas, it all boils down to comfort and efficiency.
- Where do I start ?
- When you are looking to replace your home heating system, furnace, boiler or heat pump, whether it’s powered by gas, oil or electricity, call the experts at Stankus Heating and Cooling to help determine the right unit for your home.
- When upgrading to a new gas or oil unit...
- One of the first things to consider when purchasing a new furnace or boiler is the units efficiency. This is measured by an AFUE rating.
- What are heat pumps ?
- The same unit heats your home in the winter and cools your home in the summer. A heat pump can also be added on to your system as an auxiliary source of heat.
Making an informed decision
The numbers add up to greater efficiency. When purchasing an air conditioning system you need to consider three things:
The SEER rating, purchasing the right size unit for your home, and contacting a skilled dealer that can help you determine the air conditioning system that’s right for you and your home.
What is a SEER?
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This measures and gives you an indication of the performance efficiency of the system. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit. The greater the energy efficiency, the lower your operating costs.
How do I know when enough is enough
when it comes to size?
It takes more than just knowing the size of your home. An air conditioner that’s too large will probably cost more to purchase, have higher operating costs and will not give you the comfort you are looking for. Why? If the unit is too large, it cools your home faster but it will not remove the humidity from the air leaving you less comfortable in the long run. Choosing a unit that is too small will not have the capacity to cool your home. After running nonstop all day long it may never reach the desired temperature. This costs you money and a comfortable home.
COMFORT WITHOUT COMPROMISE IN ANY ROOM YOU WANT…Mitsubishi heating and cooling systems offer efficient, individual room control with no ductwork.