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To get the perfect combination of comfortable temperature and cost-saving energy efficiency, take a look at our line of ENERGY STAR®-Trane equipment.
Designed with quality and style. You can count on Armstrong Air Conditioners for years of dependable comfort while keeping noise at a minimum.
Higher efficiency means lower utility costs. Compared with older, less efficient equipment, these air conditioners and heat pumps can help reduce your energy costs. And with an efficiency rating of up to 22 SEER, these units help lower your monthly utility bills.
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AirMax Refrigeration offers a wide range of both programmable and non-programmable thermostats.
A programmable thermostat can save you money on your utility bill – up to 33%, if used as directed. You set it up to adjust the temperature when you are away from home or asleep - when you don't necessarily need optimum comfort – and your HVAC equipment runs less. Plus, your heating or cooling comes back to a comfort level automatically when you come home or wake up.
A non-programmable thermostat provides simple control of your heating and cooling system. Set it to the temperature you want and adjust it up or down as desired.
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A temperature zoning system is a system that allows to:
Support a consistent temperature in a given part of a house, regardless of external conditions, such as sun, rain, snow, clouds, wind, phase of moon, or Philip Morris stock price;
Support different temperatures in different parts of the house at different times as desired by the owner. In an essence, each zone will have its own climate.
By delivering heated or cooled air only to in-use areas, zoning eliminates the need to keep unused areas of your home comfortable. Energy-and-cost-savings can be significant!
A properly zoned system can be up to 30% more efficient than a non-zoned system and gives you more control over your home's indoor climate. For example, are you still heating and cooling the rooms of children who have moved out...rooms you use only occasionally? Or do you have an area of your house such as gym or billiard room that doesn't get used daily? Zoning makes good sense by putting you in control of what and when to heat and cool.