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Your coughing, spluttering air conditioner has finally run the course of its usefulness and now it’s time for a replacement. Even if your AC has been functioning well, if it’s between 10 and 15 years old you should consider updating.

But before you start shopping, it’s beneficial to become familiar with one of the most important factors in AC shopping: the SEER rating. In today’s blog post we break down what a SEER rating, how to read the numbers, and what that means for your energy bill.

What Is a SEER Rating?

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. Basically, an air conditioner’s SEER rating represents the amount of cooling power produced per unit of electricity. Higher SEER ratings mean that a system is more efficient, whereas the lowest SEER ratings indicate the least efficient units. Obviously, if you want a system to be more efficient (thus lowering your monthly energy bill) you’d choose a higher SEER rating.

How Can You Tell a Unit’s SEER Rating?

SEER ratings are easy to locate. You should be able to find the number in the product specs if you shop online. If you are engaged with an HVAC professional in a personal consultation, they should also be able to supply that information. If you’re shopping in a store, simply look for a yellow and black sticker that says “Energy Guide.”

What Does the Number Mean?

Although the current federal SEER minimum is 13, the Texas minimum is 14, due to our hot temperatures. You’ll find SEER ratings as high as 25 (which mean exceptional efficiency) but those higher ratings also generally accompany a higher price tag.

If you’re uncertain as to which SEER rating is right for you, we recommend talking to an HVAC technician familiar with the equipment you’re shopping for. Upfront costs may be higher for units with a higher SEER rating, but the long-term operating costs will be reduced, balancing out your investment in the long run.

How Will It Save Me Money?

For starters, if you want a higher efficiency unit but are unsure about the cost, Gorman Mechanical does offer financing through Wells Fargo. Also, depending on your current unit’s SEER rating and the size of your home, your energy consumption might be reduced as much 28% with such an upgrade. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) might also be willing to help you out if you choose a system with a high SEER rating by giving you possible rebates. At Gorman, we’ll help you figure out if this is an option for you.

Understanding what a SEER rating is puts you in a powerful position of knowledge as you begin shopping for a new air conditioner. For more information on how Gorman Mechanical can assist you with air conditioning unit installation, repairs, and services, check out our website today.

- How to Interpret the SEER Rating When Buying a New Air Conditioner

HVAC Replacement FAQs – Your Questions Answered About When and How to Replace Your System

You’ve been noticing inconsistent heating throughout different rooms of your house, or maybe your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and cooling) system is making a little extra noise lately, indicating that it’s working harder than usual. Whatever symptoms your unit is exhibiting, is it really time for an HVAC replacement? Our FAQs blog post today outlines four of the top questions customers ask about replacing their systems. Get your questions answered and arm yourself with knowledge when shopping for a new unit.

  1. What is the general lifespan of an HVAC unit?
    Although many factors are involved in determining the lifespan of a system (installation, product brand, and preventative maintenance), you should be able to bank on your unit lasting between 10 and 20 years from installation to replacement if you take excellent care of it. And by excellent care we mean having a professional technician out twice a year for tune-ups, religious filter replacements, and calling for service at the first sign of a problem.
  2. What typical signs point to HVAC replacement?
    Repairs for your air conditioner, heat pump, and furnace are normal but when you start calling a technician for excessive repairs and your energy bills are skyrocketing you may need to consider a total replacement. Also, if you are receiving zero cool air, inconsistent temperature fluctuations, or poor air distribution, it may be time. Also, if your HVAC system is struggling and it is more than 8 years old we recommend looking for a new model.
  3. How do I know which size of HVAC unit or what type is right for my home?
    Sizing an HVAC system requires a professional inspection that calculates square footage, ductwork, insulation, and other factors. You need the exact correct size for your home or the efficiency of your unit will decrease dramatically. Contact Gorman Mechanical for an accurate and timely inspection to prepare you for equipment replacement.
  4. Can I install my new HVAC unit myself?
    If you have a complete knowledge of codes and HVAC installation, you could try to replace a unit on your own. However, even if you have the knowledge to replace the equipment you won’t be getting the unit at the same cost as a distributor, increasing your costs dramatically.To save you hassle, money, and to ensure that installation is up to code, we recommend always using an HVAC professional for replacement and repairs. That way you can sit back and relax, knowing every step is completed correctly the first time.

Do you need an HVAC replacement? If you still are not sure, call us today at 817-238-1616 and we’ll happily come inspect your system and supply with you with an estimate. For more information about Gorman Mechanical, visit our website.

- HVAC Replacement FAQs – Do You Need a New System? We Have the Answers

Gorman Mechanical is interested in complete customer satisfaction and delivers on promises made. I have been completely satisfied with their integrity, honesty, customer loyalty, thoroughness and continued follow up. I feel fortunate to have located their outstanding company among the many in the industry.

- Mark

Gorman Mechanical installed a brand new cooling and heating system in my home. The replacement unit was larger and more energy efficient. Our house has never been cooler and our energy bill even went down…. I highly recommend them and their services.

- Thomas

I had an issue with my A/C unit not cooling properly. The technician, Stacy, arrived during the time frame I was given, and I received a phone call about 30 minutes prior to his arrival, letting me know he was on his way. He was very professional and conscientious in figuring out and explaining the issue to me. He work was complete in a little over an hour and my house is cool once again! I will definitely refer Gorman Mechanical to others.

- S.M.

[A Gorman technician] came over to set us up with a new A/C unit and he did a phenomenal job. He was very up front with any cost and got our install scheduled in one day. He did a great job at getting me the unit needed without running the price through the roof.

- Allen

I met with Gorman Mechanical’s Sales Manager. When he came out I had a bad taste in my mouth due to some misrepresentations made by another company that happened to be A rated on Angie’s List. Because of this I’m certain I was on the defensive and asked a million questions. He was very patient and took plenty of time answering all my questions. He was very knowledgeable and helped educate me on my options and the advantages/shortfalls of each. When I came to the actual bid, I felt it was very competitive compared to other bids I’d received. I felt so well informed and confident at that point I cancelled two other appointments I’d made for that day and signed up with Gorman Mechanical. He was able to promptly arrange a great deal on financing the bulk of the cost, leaving me to pay out of pocket for a couple last minute additions (extended warranty/Reme Halo). They did not want this until installation was complete. A couple days later they installed my new system and I’ve been very happy with it. Shortly after installation I had several other questions about maintenance and a small amount that was overcharged upon installation. He was very responsive answering my questions and arranging for a prompt refund check to be sent. Fortunately, it isn’t often that I need to spend so much money on an important purchase like this, but I felt very confident with my decision and going through the process with him and Gorman Mechanical made it painless. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Gorman Mechanical to friends and family.

- Rick

The repairman, Tim H., was prompt and courteous. I explained that he was a second opinion for our 21-year-old AC. The first company said that I would need 2 parts totaling $600 plus a coil that they would have to send a salesman out to quote me a price. Also first company was suggesting that I really needed whole new system. After inspection, Tim showed me how a part was wired the wrong way and he replaced a compactor and repaired a burnt wire. 2 lbs Freon were added. Total cost was retail: $217.75. I had a warranty so I paid less but what a difference in $600.00+ and $217.75! AC is working fine now. And we didn’t have to buy a new system. Thanks, Gorman Mechanical and Tim H.! The world needs more honest repairmen like you!

- Jeannie

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