Designated Trane Comfort Specialist™ and Member of the Orlando Utilities Preferred Contractor Network
Before your air conditioning and heating system is installed it will go through Greens Energy’s design services, which include:
Selecting energy efficient equipment options is an important part of Greens Energy Services’ business practices.
Meeting optimum design conditions will ensure that every air conditioning and heating system installation provides you with a comfortable environment. Prompt dependable service, quality products and attention to detail are what have grown our business.
Air quality products include high efficiency electronic air cleaners, media filters, electrostatic filters, and UV lights.
• Thermostats include easy-to-read digitals to programmable thermostats with a humidity control function. The front of the programmable thermostat can be removed from the wall, so that you can sit comfortably while you select the program operation.
• Zoning systems will enhance your comfort and reduce operating costs. The temperature for an individual room or area can be controlled with a dedicated thermostat.
• Rooms that are always hotter or colder than the rest of the office or house can be balanced. Greens Energy Services will evaluate the air distribution system and make recommendations to correct these air conditioning and heating problems.
Energy Savings Agreements are available for both residential and commercial customers. Own a Residential Agreement and receive two Precision Tune-Ups per year (every six months) on your air conditioning and heating system, and a 15% discount on repairs and preferred service scheduling with no overtime rates.
Utility Rebates: Most local utility companies offer rebates on high efficiency heat pump installation (excluding new construction homes). Greens Energy Services will process the rebate forms for you.
Trane Extended Equipment Warranties for up to ten years parts and labor are available on all non-builder Trane equipment models.
New Air Conditioning Efficiency Standards
New minimum efficiency standard of 13 SEER, Department of Energy, January, 2006: A SEER rating is the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio that refers to the amount of cooling the system produces in relation to the amount of electricity it uses. The higher the SEER rating, the greater the efficiency. A new system with a 13 SEER will cost about 23% less to operate than a 10 SEER system.
The experts say that doing a Manual J Load Calculation is a must anytime you are replacing your Air Conditioning or Heating System.