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When searching for a new air conditioner, there is a lot to consider, and it can be overwhelming. You have to take into consideration the cost, quality, and size of the unit. In addition to this, you must also factor in the condition of your ductwork, your energy consumption, air quality, and more. To top that off, choosing the wrong air conditioner for your needs could hurt your wallet. However, you don’t have to go through this process alone; we’re here to help.
Hager Fox Heating and Air Conditioning is your one-stop shop for all your air conditioning needs. With over 80 years of servicing Lansing, MI, and the surrounding communities, we know a thing or two about air conditioners and which unit(s) will work best depending on your needs.
We are also true Michiganders. We know that in Michigan, the weather can change at the drop of a hat—so you need an air conditioner that is responsive, reliable, and efficient. You also need the right air conditioner for your budget, the size of your home, and your family’s comfort requirements.
At Hager Fox, our Comfort Advisors will help find the perfect air conditioner to keep you comfortable!
We Proudly Carry Lennox
Every Lennox® product has been engineered to deliver best-in-class comfort and efficiency. And when two or more Lennox products are working together as part of a system, the results are truly outstanding. Our Comfort Advisors at Hager Fox can assist you in matching the perfect system for you. Whatever your home-style, lifestyle, and budget, there’s a Lennox system that can meet your needs, and at Hager Fox, we’ll help you find that.
Signature Air Conditioners
The quietest and most efficient air conditioners you can buy. Air conditioners from the Dave Lennox Signature® Collection have the ability to modify cooling based on the climate in your area. When paired with an iComfort® S30 thermostat, these air conditioners adapt to your routine and adjust temperatures accordingly.
Elite Air Conditioners
Lennox Elite Series air conditioners are built to perform and save energy. With efficiency ratings of up to 20.00 SEER, it can help save you hundreds of dollars every year on your utility bills compared to older units. It may even help you qualify for energy rebates.
Merit Air Conditioners
Lennox Merit Series air conditioners are a smart choice for affordable, efficient comfort. With product efficiency ratings that meet or exceed 16 SEER, making it a smart investment for your home.
Want to Learn More About Your Air Conditioner?
When educating yourself about air conditioners, there’s a plethora of information out there. To help you cut down on your research, here are some definitions you might want to know.
- Condenser: The condenser is the outside metal unit and the part of the refrigeration mechanism which receives hot, high-pressure refrigerant gas from the compressor and cools gaseous refrigerant until it returns to its liquid state.
- Condenser Coil: Found in the condenser, it is one of the two coils in your air conditioner system in which heat is removed from the refrigerant.
- Condenser Fan: This is the forced air device used to move air through the air-cooled condenser.
- Compressor: located inside the condenser, the compressor is the pump of a refrigerating mechanism that draws a low pressure on the cooling side of the refrigerant cycle and squeezes or compresses the gas into the high-pressure or condensing side of the cycle.
- Evaporator Coil: Located inside the home and above or below your furnace, this part of a refrigerating mechanism in which the refrigerant vaporizes and absorbs heat. The evaporator is responsible for removing heat from the area that is to be cooled.
- Expansion Valve: device in the refrigerating system that reduces the pressure from the high side to the low side.
To find out more about your air conditioner and how it works, check out our blog: How Your Air Conditioner Works
Did You Know?
- An air conditioner doesn’t create the cool air you know and love. Learn about this process here: How Your Air Conditioner Works
- Your air conditioner actually removes humidity from the air in your home by pulling moisture from the hot air as it moves over the chilled evaporator coil.
- Your filter should be replaced every six months to a year, depending on your filter type. Not changing your filter could cause your air conditioning system to work harder, causing more strain on the unit and allowing more airborne pathogens to circulate through your home.
- Depending on the age of your air conditioner, it might be causing you more money to run it than it should. Upgrading your air conditioner can save you money. Knowing what SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating you currently have and what you could achieve could save you 20-40% on your home's cooling cost.