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What does Heat Pump mean?

HEAT PUMP is a heating and cooling unit that draws heat from an outdoor source and transports it to an indoor space for heating purposes; or inversely, for cooling purposes.

The Rheem Value Series™ High Efficiency 13/15PJL and 14PJM heat pumps are designed with performance in mind. These units offer comfort, energy conservation and dependability for single, multi-family and light commercial applications.

The Rheem Value Series™ 13/15PJL and 14PJM heat pumps are the result of an ongoing development program for improved efficiencies. With system efficiency as high as 15 SEER, these units continue a tradition of delivering high efficiency.

These units also contain the most advanced alternate refrigerant which contains no chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), or hydro-chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), or other compounds that may leak from air conditioning systems and potentially harm the protective ozone layer of the Earth’s atmosphere.

What does SEER mean?

While you are browsing Ingram's Water and Air website looking for a new air conditioner, you may see the term SEER, which stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.

SEER is the efficiency rating of air conditioners, as determined by the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute, also known as the AHRI. As you are looking at air conditioners with various SEER ratings, keep in mind that higher SEER rated systems may be more expensive up front, but the monthly energy savings is higher.

More efficient systems can produce incredible energy savings. The power consumption can be reduced by up to 30% when a system is upgraded from a lower SEER rating to a higher SEER.

This could result in savings up to $300 per year. So call us at Ingram's Water and Air today at 1-855-INGRAMS so that we can help you decide which SEER rating is best for your home and your budget.

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