Understanding Compressor SEER and EER Ratings
I thought the only real major difference between the low temp models and the regular models was the equipment to handle the freezing (e.g. base pan heaters). But these models also have better cooling ratings (SEER, EER). Are they overall just more efficient models? Or are the cooling ratings just a sort of glitch result because they are able to operate for longer in the season?
I don’t technically need hyper-heat, but I get rebates on those models in my state. So trying to decide if it’s worth it just for efficiency reasons.
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