Air Conditioner, Heat Pump or Ductless: What’s the Difference Anyways?
Power Requirements for Summertime Residential Cooling Systems
Get the Right Electrical Products for Your Home with Our Honest Pricing Pledge
So you’ve decided on your system, and you know your panel can handle it, just hook it up and get your chill on right? Not so fast, did you know that motor loads like air conditioners and heat pumps can draw up to TEN TIMES their normal power consumption upon start up? That’s right, and when the system delivering that power to that machine has been sized for the bare minimum capacity allowed it causes undue strain and wear. Sure it will cool you down, but it’s likely working a lot harder than it needs to and that means more maintenance and a shorter lifespan for your investment. That’s why at Pilot Electric Services we give our customers choices. Maybe you’ve invested in the best cooling system on the market; wouldn’t you want the best power system to match? Perhaps, you’re on a budget and you just need it powered up as economically as possible? Or you might find yourself somewhere in between, balancing your budget against getting something a bit better than the bare minimum? And wouldn’t it be convenient to know what all of those different options would cost upfront before the work gets under way? Well if you called the pros at Pilot Electric you’d be in luck, because that’s exactly how we do it! Check out our “Honest Pricing Pledge” and see how the Pilot difference just makes us better.
For cooling in Penticton, Summerland & Naramata, give Pilot Electric Services a call! We will help you make the right decision the first time, then install it to our exceedingly high standards!
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