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3 Keys to Purchasing a New Air Conditioning System

- 3:58 pm - June 17th, 2020


Feeling the summer heat? Is it time for a home cooling system upgrade? Now’s the time to install a new, state-of-the-art air conditioning system and Tracey Energy is here to help.

To find the right air conditioning system, keep these three things in mind, and then call Tracey Energy for expert advice on a range of systems, special offers and low-interest loan programs, and professional installation using all CDC guidelines.  

  1. Size

Equipment sizing is an important yet often overlooked aspect of any HVAC system. Bigger isn’t always better, and smaller doesn’t always save on energy costs. We have a range of systems by top manufacturers and we can help you find the right size system for your home.

  1. Type

Central and ductless air conditioning systems are both great ways to cool your home, and sometimes one makes more sense than the other depending on your needs. If your home has the room for ductwork, or already has existing ductwork installed, a central AC will provide even coverage throughout the home. If you have a smaller space to cool, ductless air conditioners provide more precise comfort with attractive indoor units controlled by their own remotes for zoned cooling.

  1. Energy Efficiency

As a homeowner, you want the most bang for your energy buck! Today’s air conditioning equipment is extremely efficient while providing optimal comfort. Tracey Energy’s experts can recommend the equipment that will suit your home best without breaking the bank on cooling costs.


Trust Tracey Energy’s years of experience and knowledge to guide you to make the best choices for your home comfort. Contact us online to learn more about the available AC systems in our inventory.

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