What Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems lack in options, they make up for in energy efficiency. Bryant has been around for decades, and is still considered to have some of the most durable systems in the industry. If you’re considering installing a Bryant Heating and Cooling system in your home, here’s what you need to know to get started.
The cost of a Bryant air conditioning system depends on the size, make and model. The company has a fairly large catalogue with various prices. You can find a dealer here, or contact a licensed HVAC installer near you for help selecting a system.
The company’s Evolution System received the Consumer’s Digest Best Buy status.
Bryant offers air conditioning systems with SEER ratings up to 20 and no lower than 15. These are excellent ratings in the industry.
Bryant Heating and Cooling carries both compact and larger units.
Bryant carries less unit options than other companies.
The durability of a Bryant air conditioner depends on the type of unit purchased, as well as how well it’s maintained. The industry average, however, is 12-15 years. It’s recommended to properly clean and maintain any air conditioning system to avoid costly repairs.
To keep Bryant air conditioning systems up and running, clean the filter once a month with warm, soapy water. Also, make sure to regularly remove any dirt and debris from the unit that may be blocking air flow, and have a professional come out once a year to make sure everything is running smoothly.
Why do Bryant dealers quote a SEER rating that is different from the one on the Energy Guide provided by the manufacturer?
The nominal SEER rating can be increased with an upgrade of the indoor unit, so the dealer has a better idea of the actual combination rating of each system.
Where can parts for a Bryant air conditioning system be purchased?
Just like the actual units, you must contact your local Bryant dealer in order to buy replacement parts.
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