Toronto summers are hot and humid, which puts so much pressure on your air conditioner. An old air conditioner uses up to twice as much energy as a new energy-efficient air conditioner to cool your home.
When it comes to choosing the right air conditioner for your home, there are many factors to consider:
House Size: The bigger your house is, the bigger air conditioner you will need, but it does not end there. The number of floors and the amount of sunshine you get is also important factors.
Efficiency: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) determines how efficient your ac is. Generally speaking, you should aim for the highest SEER rating. The cost of air conditioner increases with its SEER rating.
There are also multiple options on how to pay for your AC, like purchase or finance. Our advisors can determine the right size and model for your AC and help you decide which payment options fits your need.
Contact us or request a quote so we can perform an assessment on your home and help you evaluate your options.