Our Products - Air Conditioning
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Replacement And Installation
We know choosing to replace the air conditioning system for your home isn’t usually at the top of anyone’s list of fun things to do - but it’s a big deal to us! We take saving our customers money very seriously.
Easy Financing Options For New Air Conditioning Systems
We can even find the lowest monthly payment option available so you can replace your old air conditioning equipment with a new, high-efficiency system today - without putting a dent in your savings. Our financing partners have programs to fit every situation. To learn more about financing
An Investment That Keeps Paying Dividends
How can we save you money? Think about how much time your air conditioning runs every day during the warm months. By choosing the right AC units for your home, and then installing and maintaining the equipment properly, we can save you a significant amount of money on your utility bills every month during the spring and summer.
We take the worry out of choosing the right equipment for your home. We’ve built a reputation in Denver as the heating and air company company you know you can trust. Just ask any of our customers.
Benefits of Upgrading Your Air Conditioning Units:
- Lower utility bills
- Promotes healthy sleep
- Prevents mold from growing in your home
- Cleaner air inside your home
- Improve respiratory health for those with allergies and asthma
Call us at 303-505-3406 for a free replacement estimate, and we’ll help you get the best financing with low monthly payments on a new, high-efficiency air conditioning system today.
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Learn more about air conditioning units
Air Conditioner Unit Efficiency Ratings (SEER Ratings)
The efficiency or SEER rating of an air conditioner refers to how much electricity that particular unit will consume to keep you cool in a season. SEER is an abbreviation for“seasonal energy efficiency ratio” and it tells you how much electricity an air conditioner will consume over a typical season.
The higher the SEER the less electricity a unit consumes in a season. The actual savings every SEER number affords you varies, but on the average it is between 5 and 10 percent savings per larger number SEER selected.
Different Types of Air Conditioners
There are many different efficiency levels and cooling capacities or “tonnage” of air conditioners available today, but all the different units can be divided into two distinct major types or categories; single stage and two stage or two speed air conditioners.
Two Speed and Two Stage Air Conditioners
Air conditioners 16 seer and above are two speed and two stage and they are available in models all the way up to 20 seer rating. These units have the ability to change the amount of cooling capacity they produce depending on how hot it is. Because they can slow down and run longer, they do a better job of removing moisture.
A two speed air conditioner has one compressor in the unit that can slow down to give different outputs and a two stage unit actually has two different compressors in one outdoor unit and it runs on one compressor or the other to change it’s output or capacity.
These units are the most efficient made and when you look at their SEER rating, you should know that the rating is taken with the unit locked in high speed running constant. The actual SEER is much higher when the unit is in low speed or low stage as it’s compressor draws much less electricity in this reduced mode.
Single Speed Air Conditioners
Single speed air conditioners produce the same amount of heat removal all the time regardless of how hot and muggy it is outside. They have to be large enough to cool you on the hotter days of the year and because of that, they are larger than needed on the moderate days. A good contractor selects a unit in the middle, as it is a bad idea to pick a unit sized that will handle a peak day when the bulk of the time we do not see peak temperatures.
This means that on a 100 degree day the unit will run constantly, but that is far better that picking a large enough unit to handle the few days it goes over a 100. Single speed units come in three different SEER ratings; 13, 14 and 15seer. All these units can use any type of indoor furnace or air handler and they are 35 to 50 percent more efficient than most 15 to 20 year old units you might have in your home or business.