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  • What is EER and Why it Matters?

    What is EER and Why it Matters?

    Your air conditioner accounts for much of your energy consumption at home. How much energy your unit consumes has a greater impact on your utility bills. So, when you’re out shopping for a new air conditioner, energy-efficiency should be a...

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  • What is Hyper Heat?

    What is Hyper Heat?

    Everything You Need to Know About Mitsubishi's Hyper-Heat System Hyper-heat Heat Pumps: Keeping Your Home Warm When Its Freezing Cold Outside The cold climate today is way worse than half a decade ago. It's colder, harsher, and just plain intolerable....

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  • What is a Line Set Kit?

    What is a Line Set Kit?

    A line set kit consists of copper tubing and wiring, which connects the indoor and outdoor units, and is required to complete the installation of any Ductless Mini Split system or Unitary Split system. If you’re replacing your old conditioner...

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  • Video: What is SEER?

    Video: What is SEER?

    The performance of your cooling and heating system is determined largely by how efficient your unit is running. Each unit is given an energy rating, which defines how efficient your unit is designed to operating. This rating is much like...

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  • SEER, EER Ratios And HSPF Measurements

    SEER, EER Ratios And HSPF Measurements

    SEER:  Understanding SEER in Simple Terms SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is a term you might hear when talking about air conditioners. It's a measure that tells us how efficiently an air conditioner can cool your home. Think of it...

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  • Energy Star Ratings

    Energy Star Ratings

    ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices.  In 1992 the EPA introduced ENERGY STAR...

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