Air Conditioning in Jacksonville Fl

Welcome to Classic Dave’s Blog! If Plumber Joe can be in politics,  Classic Dave can do an Air Conditioning Blog!

What is the world coming too?

I’ll be talking here about everything in the trade of residential Air Conditioning from repairs,  maintenance, replacement to asking the right questions when dealing with a contractor.

8 Responses to “Air Conditioning in Jacksonville Fl”

  1. Webmaster says:

    Hi There,

    Thanks for the information’s.

  2. Hi, Great to see someone else with the same interest as me. I also have an Air Conditioning Blog at http://airconcentre.blogspot.com. Look forward to reading future posts

  3. Daniel says:

    wow what a great post man, i really look forward to reading more. In fact, i would also really appreciate it if you took a peek at my blogs. it on a simalir subject and i think you would like it to. =D

    http://yovia.com/blogs/trucomfort/2009/12/07/central-ac-vs-window-units/

  4. Dave says:

    Should I pay 400$ more for an american standard, over a REEM ?
    Is the exrta cost worth it, And whats the difference from a 14 seer and 16 seer system ??

  5. Classic Dave says:

    It shouldn’t be about the equipment you need to look for what you feel is the better contractor who will do the better job(installation) and what company will service your needs quickly and fairly should they ever arise.

    It’s hard to compare systems with out model numbers, both Rheem and American Standard make quality systems.

    SEER rating
    Quote from Wikipedia
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seasonal_energy_efficiency_ratio

    The efficiency of air conditioners is often rated by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) which is defined by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute in its standard ARI 210=240, Performance Rating of Unitary Air-Conditioning and Air-Source Heat Pump Equipment. [2] The SEER rating of a unit is the cooling output in Btu(British thermal unit) during a typical cooling-season divided by the total electric energy input in watt-hours during the same period. The higher the unit’s SEER rating the more energy efficient it is.

    in layman’s terms 16 Seer will save you more money when it operates than a 14 SEER and normally it is made from more durable parts.

    SEER Ratio Graph

  6. Clarke says:

    Dave,

    This is a good blog. Include questions from your users and businesses. People have so many questions about proper air conditioner installation.

  7. Jay Hunt says:

    Air Conditioners are really necessary if you have allergic rhinitis and some other respiratory conditions ~

  8. Jordan Edwards says:

    air conditioner is always a necessity at home-‘,

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