Air conditioner repair pros look to the future.
Can central air conditioning repair be improved? That’s a question industry experts from around the world have been grappling with as of late. For decades, college think tanks, including Central Florida University, have been coming up with theories and patenting potential improvements to America’s HVAC systems and air conditioner repair. However, many of those groups never put their proposed products to the test in real world environments. That’s currently changing thanks to United Kingdom’s own, Tekcapital®.
They’re working on a number of energy-saving projects, including those that involve central air conditioning units and a c service. So of course, our central AC repair crew is hoping the researchers will succeed in their improvement efforts. If they do, perhaps home and business owners will be able to enjoy central air conditioning systems that boast better than 14.8 EER or 17.3 SEER ratings. As it stands now, many systems are less efficient than that.
What can central AC repair crews do to help property owners until the theories are proven both true and feasible? Firstly, they can continue staying on top of central air conditioning trends and help consumers find the most efficient models currently on the market. By the way, there are a number of notable, existing systems.
Second, they can install the newly improved systems and keep them in excellent condition until more energy-efficient, inexpensive alternatives come around like the ones research groups are presently working on. And the great news is at SoBellas, we do all of that. Plus, we offer consumers warranted systems that meet or exceed EPA guidelines. And all of them are guaranteed to leave consumers throughout New Mexico and Texas undeniably satisfied with their new central ACs.
To learn more and reach for that 17 SEER or 14+ EER rating today, please contact us at one of our various locations for local heating and cooling repair. We’re headquartered in all of the best cities, including El Paso, Las Cruces and San Antonio.