Who is Our Top Kitchener-Waterloo Air Conditioners Contractor?
Constant Home Comfort is one of our trusted Certified Local Partners,
- Very established, decades of experience
- Amazing customer feedback
- Great customer support
- Good warranty coverage
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What to Look for in a High-Efficiency Air Conditioner
When investing in an air conditioner, you should ask yourself some questions to help narrow down your search for the right one. Here are the most important factors to keep in mind.
ENERGY STAR CERTIFICATION
Units that adhere to strict EPA guidelines will earn an Energy Star rating. These units are more energy efficient, less expensive to operate and produce fewer greenhouse emissions.
The SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is the amount of cooling an air conditioner can push out per unit of energy consumed. The higher the rating, the more efficient it is.
The most energy smart AC units will keep you cool without putting much of a dent into your energy budget. We compare dozens of Canadian brands to help you make smarter decisions in energy.
From temperature control to power settings and remote controls, features are an important part of any purchasing decision.
We break down the price of hundreds of units by both brand and region, and will even tell you what to expect with installation.
Compare the best units not just on their prices and features, but on their decibel level as well.
From a practical point of view, we can make your choice simple with warranty information on the top brands in the country.
Important Questions When Choosing a New Air Conditioner
How much space are you cooling?
If you live in a condo, you’ll need to look at models that can efficiently cool your unit. A condo’s needs differ vastly from a home’s needs when it comes to central AC.
What condition are your air ducts in?
With Central AC, you’ll want an expert to inspect the quality of your ducts, as they may negatively affect airflow within your home.
How long will you live in your home?
If you intend to stay in your home for many years, it might be wise to invest in a cost-effective system.
How hot or cold do you want your home to be?
Depending on what your temperature tolerance is, you may be able to get away with a low powered central AC if you find with not feeling extremely cool.
Residents and small businesses in Ontario who are purchasing and/or installing eligible central heating or cooling equipment through registered contractors may also be eligible for government and utility company rebates.
Ask our local partner for details when requesting a quote.