My enjoyable friend and I learned that the higher the seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER), the more efficient the system – leading to significant cost savings
A few years ago, our family started kicking around the idea of installing a swimming pool; Our three children were all for it, imagining pool parties, floating on foam chairs getting suntans, as well as generally staying cool during the hottest months of the summer. As the parents, we played devil’s advocate, pointing out the downsides of owning a pool! For one thing, there would be strict rules regarding guests using the pool. Another thing that the adolescents hadn’t accounted for was the chores as well as repair that they would be responsible for. And finally, we reminded them that owning a swimming pool only keeps you cool if you’re really in the pool. What about staying cool inside of the house? The discussion was tabled, as researching central air conditioning wasn’t the adolescents’ idea of a enjoyable time, so we (the adults) visited an Heating as well as A/C store to look into installing central air conditioning. My enjoyable friend and I already knew the convenience of adding air conditioning to our forced-air heating system, as well as we had already set aside currency to cover the cost. My enjoyable friend and I were told that if we didn’t have existing ductwork, the cost of the air conditioning installation would double the cost as well as the time of installation. The Heating as well as A/C business suggested that we choose an energy efficient unit. My enjoyable friend and I learned that the higher the seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER), the more efficient the system – leading to significant cost savings. The digital, programmable thermostats – a type of Smart technology – is what really sold us. The options for temperature control were amazing as well as impressive. Since we were the real decision-makers, we let the adolescents know that night that the pool was out – as well as cool air was in!