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Depending on your situation, different Heating, Ventilation and Cooling (HVAC) solutions and factors can impact your energy use. We're here to help you find the HVAC system that's best for you.
There are many factors that go into choosing the right air conditioner for your home. Whether you rent or own, the size of your space and your budget could all be factors in a decision.
Here's a quick look at three options:
A good choice for apartments, or cooling single rooms in larger homes.
Cost to install: $200 to $500
These heat pumps* are good for old homes that lack ductwork, or for cooling single rooms.
Cost to install: $1,500 to $6,500
Often the most energy-efficient HVAC solution for cooling an entire home.
Cost to install: $3,500 to $12,000
*Heat Pumps can be an extremely efficient way to heat and cool your home, but setting energy use expectations is key. Learn more here
Details can add up to impact your cooling costs in a big way. Here are some factors to consider when deciding what HVAC solution to buy, and how you run your equipment:
Want to learn more about HVAC systems, and the roll energy plays in your life?
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