Your central air conditioner should show the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) which measures the efficiency of your system. The SEER rating is calculated by dividing the cooling output for a typical cooling system by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. High SEER rating equals greater efficiency of the unit.
Use this handy savings calculator to do the math and determine just how much money you could save by investing in a new air conditioner.
You can also use it to see which SEER rating is right for your home and the percentage of your electric bill that goes toward heating or cooling your home!
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Typical Tonnage by Square Foot
|750 to 1,000||2|
|1,050 to 1,400||2.5|
|1,450 to 1,700||3|
|1,750 to 1,900||3.5|
|1,950 to 2,200||4|