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Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, also known as a SEER rating, is a number that helps distinguish a heating and cooling appliance’s energy efficiency. Typically, the higher the number, the more efficient a heating, and cooling unit are. Recently, government standards dictated that the SEER rating should be raised for HVAC systems in Frisco and the rest of the country.

As you can see in the short video, required furnace and AC system SEER ratings have been raised. However, the number will be different depending on the area of the country you live in. Different regions have different requirements in heating, cooling, and environmental impact. If you are planning a new furnace or air conditioning installation, then ask your local HVAC installers about the required SEER number for your region. This will ensure you receive the correct units for the best price.

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