Here are three performance-based factors dealers can share with customers when emphasizing the value of replacing their older or ailing system with a premium HVAC system:
- Energy Efficiency. Replacing a system—including an older working system—with higher Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rated units can translate into lower monthly energy costs and significant savings over the long term for a customer. Trading a new system for one installed before 2006 could save as much as 54% in energy costs.
- Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). Older homes often face traces of mold and bacteria buildup. In order to avoid unwanted odors, and to provide protection to those with asthma or a reduced immune system, an AccuClean™ Whole Home Air Filtration System provides an even greater level of protection by removing 99.98% of airborne particles.
- Sound Level Performance. If you’re dealing with aged, thinner walls or an area with tight lot lines (and strict city codes), noise might be a major factor when it comes to upgrading an HVAC system. In this instance, an HVAC system with innovative sound insulators—such as the AccuComfort Platinum 19—can significantly lower noise levels to keep a customer’s home quiet and cool.
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