Air conditioning equipment has come a long way. Modern cooling systems manufactured today have improved by leaps and bounds when compared to older, outdated cooling equipment. Just how have they improved? Keep reading to find out!
The refrigerant used in systems manufactured before 2010, known as R-22, has been phased out by the EPA as of January 2020 and replaced with a new, more environmentally friendly refrigerant known as R-410A. If your equipment is utilizing R-22, the cost to recharge your system will increase due to a decrease in supply of the refrigerant.
New air conditioning systems boast higher efficiencies, but what does that mean for you? Higher efficiencies mean more energy savings, as your equipment utilizes less electricity to condition the air compared to older systems with lower efficiencies.
Homeowners like a little variety - and with today’s cooling equipment your options are plentiful! From the even cooling coverage of a central air conditioning system to the smaller, efficient cooling of a ductless mini-split AC system, you can always find the right method of staying comfortable for your home.
Are you ready to improve your home comfort for the spring and summer seasons? Give us a call or contact us online to learn more about your options when it comes to installing new air conditioning equipment.