American standard central air


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Old 07-27-19, 04:19 PM
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American standard central air

Had a American Standard central air put in last week. Paid for 16 seer looked today and found sticker on unit was 14.5 seer. Picked 16 seer because get 2 hundred dollars back from electric company. I called company that installed it. My question is if they were to reimburse me to keep unit how much and how much energy savings 14.5 vs 16 seer. I think it was three hundred more for 16 seer vs 14 seer not counting the 2 hundred dollars rebate from electric company. I don't know if I get a federal tax credit on my federal tax return at the end of the year. Maybe just have it replaced. The a coil would not be affected? Just have to replace the outside unit? Thanks in advance. Joe
 
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Old 07-27-19, 04:39 PM
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You can ask the contractor for the AHRI certification. Or do the search yourself. It's possible for a 14.5 SEER cnedensing unit to be rated at 16 SEER, depends on the indoor coil/ahu. Don't forget to register the unit for the extended warranty if the contractor has not already done that for you.

https://www.ahridirectory.org/NewSea...roductTypeId=1
 
 

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