Energy efficiency is the name of the game for Lennox, a heating and cooling company that offers advanced solar-powered systems. In addition, their units are said to be some of the quietest on the market. If you’re looking for eco-friendly air conditioning, here’s what you need to know to get started.
The cost of a Lennox air conditioning system depends on the size, make and model of the unit. They carry a variety of air conditioning units for all sized homes. You can find a Lennox dealer near you here, or contact a licensed HVAC contractor help selecting and purchasing your system.
With the proper installation and maintenance, a Lennox air conditioner should last at least 12-15 years. It’s essential to regularly clean and service any air conditioning system to avoid costly repairs down the road.
Keeping a Lennox air conditioning unit in top shape requires that the filter be removed and cleaned (or replaced) once a month. In addition, you should regularly check to make sure dirt and debris are not blocking the unit’s air flow. Call a professional to perform a routine check-up once a year to make sure everything is running smoothly.
ISO 900 is a set of international standards that are used to ensure that products are made with quality in mind. The standards are demanding, and Lennox is one company that consistently meets them.
This particular system works to remove everything from pollen and pet dander to bacteria and a variety of odors.
The Lennox name first appeared in the heating and cooling industry, when Dave Lennox built and began marketing the world’s first riveted-steel furnace. Lennox Furnace Company was changed to Lennox Industries, Inc. in 1955, and they began marketing different types of air conditioning units in the 1970’s.
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