We support the recommendations of the DOE (Department of Energy of the U.S.) that oversized equipment is a curse to the investor because it costs more, delivers less and needs maintenance in the longer run. In simple terms, oversized things seldom fit!
We follow the basics of equipment selection economy and energy payoffs. This is reflected in the comparison of energy prices with the savings due to usage of modern or alternative technology. Because our thrust is to achieve more degree of performance cooling system design and heating system design at the expenditure of minimum energy, we incorporate Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), Heat pumps for heating instead of furnaces, electric baseboard heaters and zoning of rooms/halls wherever possible.
Efficiency varies with operating conditions, so annual or seasonal efficiency ratings based on standard tests are followed for each product.
Equipment efficiency is a measure of how much energy is effectively converted into heating and cooling the home. We follow standard energy guides as auxiliary support for comparing the energy efficiency of similar products.
The benefits of such comparisons are that you get estimate fuel consumption/savings for various choices you make for different equipments. It is always possible that you may don't at all require the equipment you were suggested to, and with very less investment, a different technology might provide equal or higher efficiency.
A medium-efficiency unit with an Energy Star label is very cost-effective. High-efficiency units become cost effective only where energy consumption is low. Even if the building architecture is insufficient, or climatic conditions are very extreme, or fuel costs are high, a support from HVAC design service will add to your savings and satisfaction.
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