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Where do you live?

Knowing your climate can help us determine what you will benefit from the most - an efficient air conditioner or an efficient furnace.

How do you heat your home?

Your energy source determines whether you need a gas furnace or a heat pump.

What type of system do you have?

Your home is designed to accommodate a specific system type - they are not interchangeable. If you currently have a split system, we'll recommend split products and vice versa.

Based on your responses, we suggest the following options:

Premium System
DF6SF 15 SEER 8 HSPF 80% AFUE, iHybrid Packaged System

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

Mid-Range System
R6GF | 15 SEER 80% AFUE, Gas/Electric Packaged Unit

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

Value System
R8GE | 14 SEER 81% AFUE, Gas/Electric Packaged Unit

Included Comfort Features

Energy Efficient

Reduces Humidity

Even Temperatures

Reduces Noise

About our System's Comfort Features

The features highlighted in blue differentiate your premium, mid-range and value system options from one another. Decide which benefits are important to you and pick out your ideal system.

Energy Efficiency

High-efficiency HVAC systems have money-saving performance benefits that can counter higher upfront system costs.

Humidity Reduction

Humid homes will feel warmer than dryer homes. Air conditioners with multiple-stage compressors offer the most effective moisture removal.

Even Temperature

To get more even temperatures, look for a system that offers multiple stages and multiple blower speeds.

Noise Reduction

Systems that have multiple blower speeds usually operate at the lowest, most efficient speed. This greatly reduces fan noise.