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BEAT THE HEAT

Stay Cool All Summer Long

RPR offers a practical answer to beat the heat in the scorching Okanagan climate. We specialize in precisely sizing equipment for your home, guaranteeing your comfort even on the hottest days. Our commitment to excellence means you not only stay cool but also appreciate the superior craftsmanship displayed in our installations. Our central air conditioners seamlessly integrate with your existing furnace, utilizing ductwork throughout your home.

Best Upgrade For: Replacing an old, inefficient central air conditioning unit or adding to existing furnace that doesn’t currently have air conditioning.

BEFORE YOU BUY

Choosing the Right Central Air Conditioner

When selecting a new central air conditioning unit, it’s crucial to consider various factors to ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and a comfortable living environment. Here are key points to keep in mind:

  • Correct Size and Capacity: Ensure the unit’s cooling capacity matches the output needed for your home. An improperly sized unit can lead to inefficiency, higher energy bills, and uneven cooling.
  • Energy Efficiency (SEER Rating): Look for a unit with a high Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. Higher SEER ratings indicate greater energy efficiency and potential cost savings over time.
  • Brand Reputation and Reliability: Choose a reputable brand with a history of reliable products. Research customer reviews and ratings to gauge the overall satisfaction with the brand.
  • Noise Level: Consider the noise level of the unit, especially if it will be installed close to living spaces or bedrooms. Modern units often come with features to minimize operational noise.
  • Warranty Coverage: Compare warranty policies to ensure you are getting the best coverage possible. A longer warranty period often reflects the manufacturer’s confidence in the unit’s durability.
  • Installation and Maintenance Requirements: Assess the installation requirements and ensure compatibility with your existing ductwork and electrical systems. Ensure future maintenance is being upheld to comply with warranty.