We wanted to remind everyone to check out our site for the wifi-thermostat offer we give. You can control your home comfort on your smart phone….for free! Make sure to visit.
The coolers on the chart are mostly single inlet coolers. Mastercool and Aerocool are the best if you insist on sticking with evaporative cooling. The “Other” column is a combination of mini-ductless split systems, window units and side-wall units. It’s interesting data, twenty years ago it was probably 50-50 coolers/conversions! We believe folks are getting smarter, by that we mean instead of throwing away $1500.00 to install the same type of cooling they already have, they are making their home’s value go up. When you convert to refrigerated air you get a return on investment worth more then the conversion installation cost! Many people love to have their windows open in the summer so they keep evaporative cooling because it allows doors and windows to remain open. The maintenance issues associated with swamp coolers are obvious to anyone that owns one. Being able to just push a button and have heating or cooling is nice! So comfort, no maintenance and the value of your home increasing is really very compelling arguments for refrigerated air.
So…we began to design a phone App for our customers to use and we had a great idea! Why not give our customers a way to be reminded to change and/or clean the filtration of their heating and cooling system? We sat down with On Top Web Designs and they finished the app, see our front page to download it free.
Minimum SEER for Southwest…14
Here we go again, “big brother” has stepped in and changed the SEER rating standard yet again. 14 SEER is really the least we should be putting on our homes anyway. There is still a return on investment over a 13 SEER. We will be searching for the manufacturer that gives the “best bang for the buck” on the 14 SEER. Meaning, quality and price will go into our customer’s home! It is a very competitive market right now and we know customers are looking for the best deals when converting to refrigerated air. Custom-Air, Inc. promises to install quality while keeping our prices as low as possible.
Save on energy bills with Home Performance
In one of our homes we calculated that there is more square footage in the attic then in the living space. With vaulted ceilings there is more cubic feet of air and it expands, is superheated and penetrates down into the home through leaky areas like electrical outlets, light fixtures, etc. Another strategy was to upgrade the attic ventilation and get rid of the superheated air. Turbines and electrical fans on a thermostat did the job nicely! We estimated that it resulted in a 35% to 45% reduction in air conditioning cost after all this was installed. We removed the heat at it’s source. Winter of course the idea is to keep cold air out, by insulating, covering the fans and installing the barrier the natural gas prices dropped 30% to 35%.
Sure, twice a year you have to put on/take off the fan covers and pay for the initial installation, but think of the return on investment! The easiest part of all this is picking up the phone and calling us for a free initial Home Performance consultation. Or you can go to our Contact Us page.