Air conditioner installation
Air conditioner maintenance
Air conditioner repairs
The purchase of central air conditioning Greater Toronto Area homeowners prefer is an investment in that comfort. But how do you choose the right model for you? Technology and industry standards have changed and your home may have undergone changes too. When choosing an air conditioner, correct sizing and efficiency are critical.
Home comfort isn’t something you should have to worry about, but sometimes even the best units can break down. Our heating and air conditioning contractors are also some of the best air conditioning repair technicians the GTA has to offer.
To avoid a costly breakdown, consider our annual maintenance program that allows your system to work at peak efficiency year in and year out. A system that is maintained annually experiences considerably fewer breakdowns.
There are several different high-efficiency options when it comes to central air conditioning systems. Our ClimateCare air conditioners are durable, quiet and efficient. We can help you find the best central air conditioner for your home cooling needs, whether it’s from Lennox, another major brand, or our house brand.
Here’s a brief snapshot of some of the competitively priced central air conditioner choices you have:
Budget-friendly central air conditioner with a single-stage compressor will keep the heat out all summer. Our 13 Seer model is built for reliability & affordability.
Save energy with our 15 Seer model while enjoying ultra quiet operation. This model is built for tough, lasting durability.
Our 17 SEER two-stage compressor quietly delivers enhanced comfort and better levels of humidity control.
What does SEER mean?
SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is a measure of air conditioner and heat pump cooling efficiency. SEER ratings are calculated by the cooling output for an average cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency.
What does HSPF mean?
HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor, is used to measure the efficiency of a heat pump. HSPF is the ratio of the heat output to electricity use over an average season. Similarly to the SEER rating, the higher the HSPF rating, the greater the energy efficiency of the unit.