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Rental Central Air Conditioners In The GTA

Rental Central Air Conditioners In The GTA

Here is some honest and true advice on renting your air conditioner within the Toronto and Greater Toronto area.   First and foremost how does renting an air conditioner work? Well it is basically the exact same as renting your water heater. A company will install and maintain the system with no upfront costs with an agreement you pay a monthly fee for a set term...

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Lennox 14ACX Air Conditioner

The Lennox 14ACX is part of the Lennox Merit Collection which is on cheaper end of its air conditioner offerings. The Merit Series combines the legendary Lennox quality that is expected in an air conditioner as well as time-tested technology to deliver a high level of dependability, efficiency and comfort.  Many of the Merit Series air conditioners have earned the...

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What is SEER?

Air Conditioner SEER SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, is the number that describes how well or efficient an air conditioner works.  The SEER rating is determined by taking the amount of cooling supplied by the air conditioning equipment and dividing it by the power being used by the air conditioner under a particular set of seasonal conditions. The higher...

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Lennox XC15 Air Conditioner

The Lennox XC15 Central Air According to many consumer reviews, the Dave Lennox Signature Collection XC15 Air Conditioner is “the quietest central air conditioner you can buy”.  This Air Conditioner has an energy efficiency of 17 SEER associated with its operation, along with a high-efficiency outdoor coil. Its easily one of the 10 best central air...

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Lennox XC14 Air Conditioner

The XC14 by Lennox is an Elite series central air conditioner.  This a very popular model for residential home owners as the system is scalable, meaning it fits a wide range of home sizes.  Lennox has improved this air conditioner substantially since its last redesign.  Improvements include: Sound levels as low as 70 dB – this is much quieter than standard...

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