The higher the SEER and HSPF numbers, the better it is for energy efficiency, reducing carbon footprint and cost! Older residential HVAC systems may work for most families, but it does not mean that the system is running as efficiently as it could be. Using the innovative technology of tomorrow, Ecoer’s inverter system uses just the right amount of energy along with Ecoer’s patented IoT Gateway System to give homeowners a peace of mind at an affordable cost.
The Rating System
The SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) numbers are what determines how efficient an air conditioner system runs. The SEER number is calculated by dividing the cooling output of the air conditioner for a typical cooling season by the energy it uses to measure the total amount of cooling from an air conditioner. Likewise, HSPF measures the total amount of heating from a unit over a typical heating season by dividing the total heating required at that time by the total electricity used over that period. The higher the numbers, the more energy efficient the systems are.
Ecoer’s inverter system uses the precise amount of heating and cooling needed to ensure that an entire home reaches the desired temperature. Homeowners can reduce their annual utility bills up to 50% compared to older 10 SEER systems with an Ecoer system that has a SEER rating of up to 20, a HSPF rating of up to 10 and a self-learning load programming ability. Using just the right amount of energy needed can help to shave costs for homeowners in many parts of the country depending on their lifestyles.
Another unique feature that Ecoer offers is the innovative IoT Gateway System that allows contractors to monitor and make setting changes remotely 24/7. By being aware of any system faults or potential faults, contractors have the ability to make the necessary changes that keep an Ecoer system running as optimally as possible. Make the Smarter and Greener Choice by switching to an Ecoer system today.
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