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How High Efficiency Air Conditioning Works

We install energy efficient cooling systems in your home or business.

Learn the advantages of high efficiency air conditioners that will help you save money while having the newest and best cooling systems of the market.

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PFO will install the best AC system for your home, keeping you cool and comfortable throughout the hot, hazy & humid summer months. Carrier’s energy-efficient systems can help reduce utility bills without sacrificing comfort. Learn more about the ultimate Carrier’s Infinity 19VS Air Conditioner:

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Mitsubishi ductless mini-split systems offer the best in total comfort solutions for your family. These systems can cool a single room, a section of your home or the entire house. And, they operate with extremely high efficiency and very quietly. Learn more about the Mitsubishi’s revolutionary modern technology of their cooling systems:

Exceptional Compressors Make Air Conditioner Units Efficient

Nowadays we can find AC systems that have ratings up to 23 SEER which make them ultra high efficiency units. These systems require exceptional variable compressors that help maintain the optimal comfort level by turning on and off as little as often. The key to keep the same temperature without having to make those manual adjustments to your fan speed lies inside of the outdoor condenser and the indoor variable speed blower motor. The compressor of these high efficient units can variably control the flow of refrigerant and airflow going through your system.

The chart below helps to understand how temperature is maintained and the minimal amount of energy is used to keep the temperature consistent over long periods of time. See how much more energy a basic system consumes!

Temperature differences between high efficient and standard systems
SEER ratings vs Cooling Cost Savings

SEER vs Cooling Cost Savings

SEER stands for Season Energy Efficiency Ratio and applies to central air conditioners and heat pumps. The minimum set by the Department of Energy is 13 SEER and for Energy Star, 14 SEER. The higher the SEER, the greater the energy economy.

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Considering A New AC System?

Calculate now how much savings you can get by purchasing a high efficiency air conditioning system. Click the button below to download our high efficiency AC savings calculator:

High Efficiency Air Conditioning Cost Savings Calculator
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