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Central A/C

When it comes to A/C units we recommend just going with 13 seer. Don’t let salesman talk you into anything above 13 seer. In Michigan our summers are not that long or hot. Anything above 13 seer is a waste of your money. By the time you recoup the extra cost. The unit would be dead or close to it. Same goes for heat pumps.

 The best way to cut your energy bills is to insulate your house. The attic should have a minimum of R-35. R-50 is the way to go. If you have a craw space then do the perimeter with R-19.




  The quality of the Acclimate series is fantastic. Heavy duty . The cost is well worth it. They are the best units we have ever carried. We are talking very high quality.  Superior!!


Luxaire® performance is yours all summer long with our split system air conditioner design. This design has two parts: an indoor unit, such as a furnace or air handler, and an outdoor unit. The outdoor unit works by cooling a refrigerant, which in turn cools air in the indoor unit for circulation through your home. Indoor and outdoor units are designed to work together. When the air conditioner is properly matched with a furnace or air handler, you get maximum efficiency and longer system life.


Here's what makes it work

A "split system" central air conditioner includes a compressor, fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil and refrigerant. The system removes heat from indoor air and transfers it outside, allowing the indoor air to be circulated and cooled (which is measured by SEER, Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). A central air conditioning system uses electricity as its power source.

The basic components of an air conditioning system are: