Buying a new HVAC system can be a difficult task. There are any number of different options to choose from. What do you need? What will deliver the best performance while saving you the most money? To top it all off, even once you’ve chosen your specifications, there’s a myriad of different HVAC brands out there. Which are the best ones to buy? Here are the top 5 to consider:
Beginning with the introduction of the world’s first riveted-steel furnace in 1895, Lennox has focused on delivering on the values of trust, innovation and quality. These values make Lennox products and dealers among the best brands for your home.
Carrier and Day and Night
Another set of two brands under the same company, these have a bit more difference between them. Carrier is better known and respected, but it costs more. Day and Night generally offers the same systems for cheaper, but certain higher efficiency models are only available through Carrier. Both have a reputation for producing some of the highest quality HVAC systems in the industry.
A little more on the expensive side, Trane also offers one of the best warranties in the industry: 10 years of full parts and labor. You’ll pay more for the system, but it will also last you longer, so you’ll get your money’s worth.
On the other side of the coin is York. They have lower prices, but their products aren’t quite as efficient as some of the other more high end brands. However, their HVAC systems are good quality and reliable, and they offer a variety of different models for different price ranges.
High quality equipment for a decent price, Ruud is known for being long lasting and reliable. More importantly, all its parts are easy to obtain throughout North America, so if it does break down, your HVAC technician can repair it quickly.
To learn more about different HVAC brands and other concerns when buying a new system, contact us at Rinaldi’s Energy Solutions. We proudly serve Orlando’s heating and cooling needs.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Orlando, Florida and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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