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Without the right installation, you could waste 50¢
of every energy dollar and be uncomfortable as well!

North Carolina Alternative Energy Corp.
This nonprofit organization examined air conditioning manufacturers' efficiencies versus the actual efficiencies that resulted after installation.

  • 90% of the units tested exhibited some sort of energy-waste
  • 50% had an improper refrigerant charge
  • 40% failed to meet minimum air flow criterion. 20% were barely inside the range specified by manufacturers.
  • A deficiency of 20% in air flow reduces the SEER rating by 17%.
  • A 15% return air leak from a 120¡ attic could reduce a 12 SEER air conditioner to 6 SEER. In other words, it cuts the efficiency in half!

Texas A&M University
found a 23% refrigerant undercharge could result in a 52% efficiency loss.

Pacific Gas & Electric
reported these average heating energy savings:

  • 15% savings for repair of disconnected ducts
  • 7.5% savings for repair of diffuser leakage
  • 5.6% savings for correcting low air flow
  • 18.4% savings for leak repair and correcting refrigerant charge

Lakeland Electric & Water
researches found that by repairing leaking duct work, cooling energy was reduced by an average of 17.4%.

Honeywell
found that heat pumps lost almost 50% of their efficiency after 20 years, even if typical "dust stop" filter was installed. In 20 years, a 12 SEER unit could degrade to a 6 SEER. This would double the energy cost!

Louisiana State University and Gulf States Utilities
found consumers could save about $30 per month just by making sure that their air conditioning system was cleaned and serviced regularly.

HVAC manufacturer's
data shows that a condensing unit with a SEER of 13 matched with an old air handler would decrease the SEER to 9.2, resulting in 30% less efficiency.

The Trane Comfort Specialist™ icon indicates that this dealer has met the highest Trane standards for customer satisfaction and continuing education. From helping you determine which system is right for your family, to installation, maintenance and service, the Trane Comfort Specialist badge is the mark of your independent Trane dealer’s professional and technical expertise.
North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE) is the leading certification program for technicians in the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) industry and is the only test supported by the entire industry. NATE certification is for individual technicians and not companies. This dealership has at least one certified technician. This information is supplied to Trane by the contractors and is updated on a quarterly basis. Trane is not affiliated with NATE but encourage dealer certification.
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