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Air conditioners provide cool air by compressing a refrigerant from a gas to a liquid. The compressed gas then travels to a metering device such as a thermal expansion valve. The device allows the compressed refrigerant to expand at a preset rate. When the gas expands it gets very cold. The cold expanded gas travels through the evaporator coil within the air handler. The blower fan forces air across the cold coil to provide cool air. The refrigerant then travels back to the compressor to begin the cycle again.
According to Progress Energy, TECO and Department of Energy, the average Florida home uses about 54% of consumed energy for heating and cooling, easily the largest single energy consuming appliance in the home. Installing a high efficiency can lower electric bills by 25% to 40%.
Bay Area Heating and Cooling offers a host of energy efficient air conditioners by Trane and other manufacturers. Some advanced models offer SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of 21.00. The minimum efficiency standard in Florida is 13.00 SEER.
Bay Area air conditioners are available in Clearwater, St. Pete, Largo, Tampa, Palm Harbor, Seminole and neighboring areas.
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