Purchasing a higher SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) HVAC unit can potentially result in energy savings over the long term. SEER is a measure of an air conditioner or heat pump’s cooling efficiency, and a higher SEER rating indicates greater energy efficiency. Here are a few factors to consider when deciding whether a higher SEER… Continue reading Is it worth purchasing a higher SEER HVAC unit for savings?
HVAC companies charge for repairs and installations based on several factors, including: Expertise and Experience: HVAC companies employ trained technicians who have the knowledge and experience to diagnose and repair complex HVAC systems. They undergo extensive training to understand the intricacies of different systems, identify problems, and perform repairs safely. The expertise and experience of… Continue reading Why do hvac companies charge what they charge for repairs/ installs compared to what i can purchase parts for
R22 and 410A are refrigerants commonly used in air conditioning and heat pump systems. The primary reason why R22 equipment cannot work with 410A equipment is due to the differences in operating pressures and lubricant compatibility. Operating Pressures: R22 and 410A have different pressure characteristics. R22 operates at lower pressures compared to 410A. The design… Continue reading why wont R22 equipment work with 410A HVAC equipment