No house is really comfortable without effective air conditioning.
Air conditioners have become a necessity in the daily lifestyle; The summer heat in Pakistan is unbearable without air conditioning. Whether you are in a house, office or even in any mall, air conditioners are now mandatory for air flow. Split air conditioning is purchased from small to large depending on the size of the rooms. The price of air conditioning in Pakistan differs depending on the size of the unit. Air conditioners of 1 to 2 tons are mainly used in homes and offices where more than 2 tons are used commercially. The 1 ton unit size category has the lowest price of air conditioning. The most popularly used is the 1.5 ton air conditioner in Pakistan, which is in an economic price range.General AC Price is cheaper compared to others.
1) Is the air conditioner the correct size?
It may be tempting to install a small air conditioner with a low initial price. But any money you save to start will be canceled for the higher maintenance and operating costs.
When an air conditioner is insufficiently sized, it needs to work harder and more frequently to compensate for it. This results not only in much higher energy bills, but also in higher maintenance costs as the components wear out more quickly.
When buying a new air conditioner, make sure that the living space is measured and thoroughly evaluated. This will ensure that you get a unit suitable for the job.
2) Are there long-term guarantees and what do they cover?
An air conditioning system is a smart investment that not only makes your home more comfortable, but can also increase its value.
Many cheaper brands have an attractive starting price, but they are not reliable if something goes wrong or needs to be replaced. Choosing a reputable brand and having it installed expertly is an excellent starting point. Beyond this, you must ensure that there are reliable guarantees to provide you with long-term peace of mind.
At Nice Heating & Air, we only install brands that offer limited ten-year warranties for parts, limited lifetime warranties for heat exchangers and extended labor guarantees.
3) What is the energy efficiency rating (SEER)?
The efficiency of air conditioners and heating systems is measured by a “seasonal energy efficiency index”, also known as SEER.
In 2015, the Department of Energy ordered that only air conditioners with a SEER rating of 14 or more could be installed, which provides better energy efficiency and a lower carbon footprint.
Ask about the SEER rating and be sure to compare this between the models. Units with high SEER ratings may be more expensive, but offer much lower (and cheaper) operating costs.
4) Should we consider our indoor air quality?
Take a moment to consider the air quality in your home. Do you suffer from asthma or other allergies? Do you have moisture problems, pollen or are there odors that cause problems?
An air conditioner does more than simply cool the air: it can also filter, purify and dehumidify the air. The removal of indoor moisture makes the unit work more efficiently and offers lower operating costs.
If you have any particular concerns about air quality, be sure to include this part in the initial discussions.
5) Who performs the installation and maintenance?
The air conditioner should always be installed by an experienced industry professional.
Many cheaper companies sell, but then hire the installation and maintenance of the highest bidder.
At Nice Heating & Air, we have our own in-house team of trained professionals from General Pakistan. We carry out our own facilities, repairs and continuous service for all types of new and existing air conditioning systems.
This ensures that you are always dealing with the same locally owned company, for greater long-term peace of mind.
Are you looking for advice or a quote on a new air conditioning system?
Do you have questions about what type of system is right for your home?
At Nice Heating & Air we are pleased to facilitate the entire process.
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