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HVAC Energy Consumption

Heating and Cooling Energy Consumption Presented by Max Mechanical Air Conditioning & Heating ENERGY CONSUMPTION 58% 43% Heating and cooling is no longer the top energy consuming item in U.S. homes 1993 2009 FACTORS FOR DECREASED CONSUMPTION Better Home Insulation More Efficient Windows 3 Population Shift to Warmer Climates Adoption of More Efficient Equipment HOW AIR CONDITIONERS CONTRIBUTE TO ENERGY CONSUMPTION 2/3 5% $11B of all homes in the U.S. have air conditioners of all electricity used by air conditioners costs U.S. homeowners annually HOW MUCH CAN YOU SAVE BY UPGRADING ? 15-20 years Lifespan of typicalairconditioner The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is a measure of the cooling efficiency 10 30% 13 Previous minimum SEER rating Minimum SEER More Efficient rating today 30-50% Lessenergytoday versus air conditionermade in mid-70s 20-40% Replacing 10 yearold systemcan save yoU When deciding to upgrade consider the monetary and energy savings Annual Operating Cost 13 SEER = $805.00 14 SEER = $747-50 15 SEER = $690.00 16 SEER = $632.50 23 SEER = $448.50 Assumptions: 3 Ton Unit / 6o00 Kwh consumed annually @ 11.5 cents per Kwh Sources: Max Mechanical Air Conditioning & Heating 2313 Michigan Ct Arlington, TX 76016 (817) 459-4100 © 2014

HVAC Energy Consumption

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The infographic highlights some of figures around HVAC energy consumption in the United States and how the HVAC system energy consumption is actually trending downwards.


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