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The Air Conditioner Buying Guide

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If you’re experiencing problems with your  current air conditioner, or if your AC is
so old and inefficient that bills keep adding up,  you definitely want to look at a new system. Well,
where do you start? Well, when considering a new  air conditioner, it’s important to remember that
not all air conditioners are created equal and  there are different options available. There are
window units which are often used for temporary  installations, in-wall units, which are typically
used in condos, and central air units, which  are usually found in homes. If your home has an
existing furnace, then a central a/c unit will be  your best option as they’re extremely efficient,
saving both energy and money. Now once you’ve  landed on the system type, you want to consider
five key areas; the brand, output capacity,  installation, rebates, and lastly, how to maximize
the life of your equipment. When purchasing a new  AC you want to choose a trusted system that will
stand up to years of use, is reliable, efficient,  cost-effective and if something does happen,
you need to know that the parts and service  are easily available. At Reliance Home Comfort,
we work with the top brands in the industry. An  air conditioner has to be sized for your home. A
Reliance Home Comfort Advisor will help you choose  the best option by considering your total square
footage, sun exposure, the age of your home  and its insulation, and how energy-efficient
you’re looking for the system to be. To get the  most benefit out of a new system, you want to
make sure it’s installed properly so you want to  hire an installation team that is well-trained,
experienced and professional. After all, you’re  placing your home comfort in their hands. A
Reliance installation team will be able to ensure  that your HVAC is properly installed in order to
maximize comfort, longevity and efficiency.  Depending on the unit you choose and the area
that you live in, there may be government mail-in  rebates and incentives available that can help
you save money. During an in-home consultation,  the Reliance Home Comfort Advisor will discuss
the programs available to you. And lastly, you  want to have an understanding of what your new
equipment will require in terms of regular  service and maintenance to make sure you get
the maximum lifetime value from your system.  Remember, if you need a new air conditioner,
Call on Reliance™ to schedule time with a  Reliance Home Comfort Advisor. You can count
on our expertise to assess your home and make sure  that you get the right solution for your family.