As the new year approaches, you’re probably starting to think about what fixes and upgrades your home needs - and maybe you’ve decided that it’s time to update your heating or cooling system. It’s important to evaluate your air conditioning and heating units every few years so that you can make sure they are running efficiently, saving you both energy and money as well as maintaining your ideal temperature year-round. But if you’ve decided that the system you have is too old, or if you’re simply drawn in by the numerous new models available in 2017, then you can consider replacing your current air conditioner or heater with one of these units:
1. The Dave Lennox Collection XC25
This central air conditioner offers maximum efficiency that addresses issues of heat as well as humidity. With a low level of noise and even the option to add solar panels, it fits seamlessly with the needs of almost any household. Best of all, it is designed to handle all types of outdoor conditions, which means that you don’t have to worry about repairing it after a little rain. A special “smart hinge” feature also allows you to access the inside of this unit from all sides, making it easier to perform routine cleaning and maintenance operations.
2. Frigidaire iQ Drive FS4BG
This air conditioning unit has an Energy Star certification from the EPA, which is a testament to is ability to cool your home while using very little energy and emitting very few by-products. This saves you money on your energy bill as well as being good for the environment. Furthermore, the specialized aluminum coil in this unit is able to resist corrosion, making it last for years to come.
3. Trane XV20i
If you’re looking for an air conditioner that is ready to meet the needs of the 21st century, this is it - you can control it from anywhere simply by using your smartphone, which means that your home can be ready for you at the ideal temperature when you walk in the door. It also offers an environmentally friendly, durable design that blends in to your home and doesn’t stick out too much, as well as being able to stand through inclement weather conditions.