Covington Air Conditioning Repair – R.S. Andrews’ Top Rated Atlanta Air Conditioning Repair


More older Covington, GA homes that may not be able to endure the type of remodeling that it takes to install full sized ductwork, can benefit from a mini ductless HVAC program the most, allowing you to add comfort and reliability to any room together with minimal effort. Call R.S. Andrews Covington Air Conditioning Repair to see if a mini split system can work for you.

The single zone system will consist of the actual wall or ceiling mounted unit, the piping, as well as the condensing unit. When you add specific zones to the system you will be adding wall or ceiling mounted models (looks like a baseboard heating unit or bathroom exhaust lover) and the necessary piping to connect it with the exterior condensing device (looks like regular air conditioning unit). The size of the outdoor condensing unit depends on the total number of zones you need and whether or not you want to be able to expand the system into a lot more zones in the future.

Energy Star, SEER, HSPF and AFUE Ratings

The US Department of Energy makes use of the Energy Star program to be able to designate the efficiency ratings of various appliances, such as air conditioners. The particular SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) measures the efficiency of your air conditioner or heat pump compared to other units.

The HSPF (Home heating Seasonal Performance Factor) is a relative measure of the heating efficiency of the heat pump compressor and the electrical resistance strips. For heat pumps, the Energy Star system requires a minimum of SEER 12 as well as HSPF 7.

AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Performance) measures the amount heat created by a furnace compared to the level of fuel consumed.