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  1. #14
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    Mar 2019
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    Edmonton, AB Canada
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    Spot on man, energy efficiency and covering entire area all are related. If we are using a unit which is designed to cover a small area then we cant heat or cool the entire space. If you are satisfied with your HVAC system due to efficiency and energy saving features then it's totally fine. After all, we all are concerned to get maximum efficiency without spending a lot on energy bills.

  2. #15
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    Efficiency entirely depends upon your compressor unit, refrigerants (hydrocarbons, propane or maybe iso-butane) and condenser coil. However better refrigerant are also halogen-free, have no ozone depletion potential and are lowest in terms of global warming potential. Keep in mind that any ac unit works optimally if the room size is ideal. These are the most effective way to improve the efficiency of the unit

  3. #16
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    Mar 2019
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    Edmonton, AB Canada
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    It depends on your use and nature of installation. If you want to cover a shorter area then high SEER rating heating and cooling systems are better but, if you want to cover a larger area then you can consider high velocity systems. SEER value ranging from 13 or 14 SEER as a minimum and a good SEER rating considered as 211-25. So, check AC or other systems before choosing them.

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