Pflugerville, TX has a population of around 46,936 and is a suburb of Austin. It was first settled by a German immigrant named Henry Pfluger, Sr. and members of his family around 1850. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, the city has seen continuous growth. The town is absolutely beautiful, with over 15 parks, including 30.5 miles of trail, 16 playgrounds, and over 528 acres of open space which are all within the city limits. There are many people making the move to Pflugerville each year, and if you are one of these people, then you have likely already heard about how hot it gets here during the late spring and summer months!
Summers here can be brutal, especially when you don't have a working air conditioner in your home. This is one of the most important systems in a house, and for good reason. It helps to keep a family cool and comfortable all season long. When it isn't working like it should, and some rooms or levels of the home feel very warm, then there could be a problem. Our trusted AC repair contractor has been diagnosing and repairing broken AC units for years now, and we guarantee that we will be able to figure out what's going on with yours, and provide an effective solution to the problem.
Unfortunately, there are times when a simple repair isn't going to be enough. This is the case when you have an older unit that is too worn and torn to be properly repaired. The best solution to this kind of problem is AC replacement. It is recommended that you get your unit replaced if it is 10-15+ years of age. We know that you likely have a lot of questions about making this kind of purchase, so take a look below at the list of tips from Energy Star when it comes to selecting a brand new air conditioner for your home:
1. Check the SEER rating of the unit. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and it is a measure of the equipment's energy efficiency over the course of the summer months. It represents the total cooling of a central air conditioner during the normal cooling season as compared to the total electrical energy input consumed during the same period of time. Basically, you are going to want to have an AC system with a high SEER rather than one that is very low. Typically, you are going to want a SEER of more than 14.0
2. Check the EER of the system. EER stands for Energy Efficiency Ratio and it is the measure of the instantaneous energy efficiency of the cooling unit. The ratio found is written in Btuh per watt.
3. Be sure that the cooling system is Energy Star rated. This way, you can be sure that the new air conditioner meets the strict energy efficiency guidelines set in place by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). When you have this kind of product installed in your home, you will be able to save money from month to month on your energy bills.
To learn more about choosing a new air conditioner for your home, please feel free to give us a call today and we will be happy to help you! We offer convenient appointment scheduling.
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