SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. SEER is a rating system that was devised to provide a way to determine the relative operating cost of an air conditioning system or to compare the energy efficiency of air-conditioning systems. The SEER rating is calculated by dividing the cooling output during a complete cooling season by the energy used to achieve that cooling.
Air conditioning cooling capacity is measured in tons. The term is left over from the days when ice was an essential part of refrigeration and cooling systems – and tons (not just pounds) of ice were utilized for this purpose.
With the year 2020 just days away, it is important to keep in mind some changes that are coming to your home air conditioning system – at least if you own a system that uses R22 refrigerant.
Here is a list of some completely-free things that you can do around your home that will help you to save money on your home heating bills.
We often hear the term “the bigger, the better.” While this is true for many things, it is not the case when it comes to purchasing an air conditioning system. Even here in central Texas where it is not uncommon to see some days near 110 degrees and many days over 100 degrees in the summer, it is important that your air conditioner system not be too big.