American Standard is well-known for the high bar it sets for initial quality and long-term durability. In fact, nationwide testing conducted in 2016 shows that no other major manufacturer produces a more reliable product. This means that the American Standard air conditioning unit you purchase today will keep providing you with uninterrupted indoor comfort for a long time to come.
Good SEER Ratings. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The U.S. air conditioning industry has adopted this rating as the best way to measure and compare the efficiency of A/C systems from various manufacturers. Basically, a high SEER rating translates into energy savings and a significant reduction in monthly utility bills.
American Standard is known for its high SEER rated residential air conditioners. A/Cs in its Platinum 18 product line have a maximum SEER rating of 18, while units in its Platinum 20 line have a maximum rating of 22. Compared to an air conditioning system with a SEER rating of 8 (common in models built before 2006), a SEER 18 system will save you an average of roughly 55% in your A/C-related utility costs. The typical SEER 22 system will shave a whopping 64% off your air conditioning bill.
Excellent Temperature Accuracy
Air conditioners can produce actual temperatures that vary substantially from the indicated temperatures on your thermostat. In turn, this lack of accuracy can lead to problems such as uncomfortable building interiors and needless energy expenditures. American Standard A/Cs rely on a patented technology called AccuComfort to address this issue. An AccuComfort-equipped air conditioner automatically makes ongoing adjustments to its temperature output, with individual changes as fine as one-tenth of a single percentage point. Among other things, this high degree of control means that your American Standard A/C will stay within half a degree of its indicated temperature setting.
Increased Humidity Control
High indoor humidity interferes with the bodies natural ability to regulate its temperature. The natural response to this is to change your A/C settings. Conventional air conditioners increase the likelihood of this problem because they run at relatively high speed and shut down for relatively long periods of time between active cycles. American Standard’s AccuComfort A/Cs run at lower average speeds and cycle on and off much less often. Together, these factors add up to increased control over indoor humidity and a more energy-efficient thermostat setting.
American Standard dealers are independent business owners who have distinguished themselves as air conditioning professionals. When you choose West Coast Chief Repair or another dedicated provider, you receive expert guidance along with installation expertise. Your verified American Standard dealer will evaluate your home’s energy usage patterns in order to ensure you select just the right system for your needs. They’ll also fit the system to your home’s unique layout and architectural style. In addition, your provider can follow up with periodic A/C maintenance, or show you the steps required to properly maintain your air conditioner on your own.
Your Source for Air Conditioning Repair
Need assistance with your American Standard air conditioner? At one point or another, most appliances will reach a point where they need to be serviced. West Coast Chief Repair can help! Simply give us a call and we’ll send one of our repair technicians over to assist you right away. We look forward to serving you.