The 4th of July holiday is upon us, and we are primed and ready to celebrate Independence Day. As Americans we enjoy many freedoms—from speech, to religion, and everything in between. That includes the freedom of choice, and this freedom can be applied in just about any scenario …. in other words, we have lots of choices. This is especially true when it comes to choosing the right cooling system for your home. Whether your old system has done its duty and is ready to be replaced, or your system has suffered a breakdown, there are many options to consider when taking the plunge on a new A/C installation.
There are many questions, right?
- Are you looking for a system that is energy efficient and will save you money?
- Do you need to cool different levels of your home at different times?
- How much money is in the budget for a new system?
Your friends at Masters Heating & Cooling stand ready to answer them, so let’s take a look at the systems we offer.
At the top of the list are traditional central forced-air systems that are installed in the majority of homes in the U.S. Before you get too wrapped up in terms like SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and load calculations, make it easy on yourself and give Masters a call. We will schedule an appointment to visit your home, analyze your needs and suggest a system that is sized correctly and custom-built for your home. And don’t forget that Masters offers a complete line of Carrier cooling systems.
If you are building a home or have added on to your home, a ductless mini-split system may be the right call for you. We offer Fujitsu mini split systems, which feature an external condensing unit that is connected to numerous individual air handlers. They are perfect for zoned heating and cooling, and because they do not require costly ductwork, reduce air leaks and increase efficiency. They also provide better indoor air quality (IAQ).
Want to cool your home with renewable energy? Masters offers WaterFurnace geothermal systems that are manufactured right here in Fort Wayne. Geothermal systems consist of a heat pump connected to a series of pipes in the ground that utilize the more constant temperature of the earth for heating and cooling needs. These systems are more efficient and quieter than traditional above-ground systems and are environmentally friendly.
All of these systems can be connected and controlled by a Wi-Fi thermostat, which makes it easy to make sure your home is climate controlled just the way you want it when you walk in the door.
So, no matter which system you have decided on, or if you need assistance making that decision, let us help. On this Independence Day, we celebrate our freedom to choose … make the smart choice and call Masters today for your new cooling system estimate.