The Department of Energy reports that you could save up to 50 percent on your air conditioning costs by replacing an old air conditioner with a new, energy efficient Rheem unit. Shopping for energy efficient air conditioning systems has become much simpler with the opening of the Rheem Pro Partner’s Home Comfort Showroom in Centennial.
Rheem Pro Partner will help you choose a system that will fit into your budget and fit your home because sizing is critical. An air conditioner that is too big for your home can be costly and provide less comfortable living because of cold spots. Your comfort consultant will consider your home’s size, number of windows, location, climate, and insulation.
For many homeowners, a positive monthly cash flow can be realized by investing in a more energy efficient model. And right now the incentives make investing in high efficiency products a no-brainer. If you add up rebates from Rheem and Xcel Energy, Federal and state tax incentives it can be over $2500 in incentives.
If you don’t have the funds to install a brand new air conditioner, the Rheem Pro Partner can show you how to improve the overall performance of your existing air conditioner.
Make sure filters are clean and regularly replace them. Dirty filters block the flow of air, making your air conditioner work harder. The Department of Energy recommends replacing or cleaning filters every month or two.
Have your air ducts inspected for leaks. The Department of Energy reports that 10 to 30 percent of cool air produced by air conditioners is lost through poorly sealed and insulated ducts. Call your hometown Rheem Pro Partner contractor or call the Home Comfort Showroom for more information.