Do you ever look at the energy efficiency graph included in your CenterPoint Energy bill and wonder how your home can become more efficient? You feel like you’re doing the best that you can, but then your air conditioner kicks on and it noisily makes you aware that it may be what’s holding you back from being as energy efficient as possible. In this blog, I’m going to talk about how Practical Systems can help you be more practical with a new air conditioner.
Even if you’ve been diligent about the regular maintenance of your cooling system, it’s still a machine, and all machines have a life span. Even if it doesn’t look like your air conditioner is going to kick the bucket any time soon, below are two very good reasons to replace an older cooling system unit with a more updated one:
- Your older cooling system is noisy and takes away from the tranquility of your yard
- Older machines aren’t as energy efficient as newer ones.
If you’re trying to enjoy a peaceful day outside relaxing in your yard, it can be difficult with an older cooling system kicking on intermittently throughout the day. Trane air conditioner’s fan motor adjusts speed to quietly provide maximum comfort.
Trane makes a unit called the XL20i, which has a SEER rating of up to 20.00, which is among the highest energy efficiency rating of any air conditioner on the market. Something you also get with a more modern machine is the ability to communicate with it via your smartphone or other online devices.
For peace of mind, a quiet machine, and optimal energy efficiency, the Trane XL20i has it all. As an authorized Trane dealer, Practical Systems can consult you on which Trane air conditioning unit will be right for your home and your budget. When you work with Practical Systems, you get knowledgeable technicians, a scheduled install date and specific time for us to come out to your house and get your new cooling system installed and your home more efficient. To learn about the different ways Practical Systems can help you make your home more efficient, connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn where we post our weekly bog updates!