Summer can be hot. But does it have to be unbearable? With an air conditioner installation, it doesn’t have to be! In this article, we will be discussing the three levels of air conditioners and figuring out which one is right for you.
Entry-level air conditioners are best for someone who has low utility costs, and they’re even better if you don’t plan on staying in the home you are currently in for long. On average, they cost $4,400-$8,000, and they work on single-stage cooling.
This means it works on the standard level of cooling.
Mid-range air conditioners can cost from $6,200 to $9,500. They have two cooling stages, a high and a low, which works best for people who are looking for more of an even-temperatured home, instead of just cold air. This is best for people who are looking for energy savings for a long-term living situation.
High-end air conditioners can cost anywhere from $8,200 to $13,000. This is for a good reason. High-end air conditioners offer variable-speed cooling, which means it has 700 different levels of cooling that work to provide the best, most consistent, even temperature throughout your home. This would be best for people who are picky about their air temperature.
With these tips in mind, it should be easy for you to find your perfect air conditioner and get it installed today.