For homeowners looking to replace or upgrade their air conditioning systems for more energy efficiency, there's good news: The U.S. Department of Energy now requires all air conditioning systems to be manufactured at a minimum 13-Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER).
This, it's estimated, can save more than $19 billion in energy by 2030-enough to light all U.S. cities for 20 years. These air conditioners are significantly more efficient than the majority of air conditioners in U.S. homes today.
Several manufacturers' products offer improved efficiency and comfort. For instance, Rheem produces a full line of high-efficiency cooling products, including Classic Series 13-SEER through Prestige Series 16- and 18-SEER products. The higher the SEER number, the more efficient the unit.
To learn more ways to increase comfort, improve indoor air quality and lower utility bills, you can visit www.rheemac.com.
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