Upgrading to a Higher SEER Air Conditioning System Can Really Save You Money
Find your systems current SEER on the chart above. Then go down to your current estimated annual cooling cost. By reading across the chart, youll be able to see how much lower those cooling costs could be with a higher SEER system. For example, $600 a year with an 8 SEER system could be as low as $246 a year with a 19.5 SEER system. Conditioned Air can show you how to save every month with a new high efficiency air conditioner.
*Minimum efficiency established by the Department of Energy. The majority of systems installed prior to 1992 are 10 SEER or lower.
Potential energy savings may vary depending on the home owners personal lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, actual construction and installation of equipment and duct systems.
Click here to use FPL’s energy savings calculator to estimate how much you might save with a new high efficiency system.
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