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8 Reasons to Replace Your HVAC With Bryant Heating and Cooling Components

Almost half of your monthly power bill goes towards running your HVAC system. Ignoring problems with your system will cause that bill to rise every month.

Eventually, your problematic system will fail.

Don’t put off finding a new HVAC system until the last minute. You don’t want to suffer through summertime without a reliable air conditioner. 

For decades, families relied on Bryant heating and cooling systems without any problems. Their quality equipment is backed by excellent service from trained dealers.

Need more reasons why you should trust Bryant HVAC systems? We’ve got eight compelling reasons to convince you to install a Bryant system. 

1. Bryant has Heating and Cooling Systems for Every Home

To get the most from your HVAC system, it needs to be the right size for your home.

If a unit is too small, it will run constantly and run up the power bill. A unit that is too large won’t cycle properly. This leads to mold build-up from excess humidity.

Appropriate AC unit size for your home’s square footage:

  • 600 to 1000 sf – 1.5 ton AC
  • 1001 to 1300 sf – 2 ton AC
  • 1301 to 1600 sf – 2.5 ton AC
  • 1601 to 1900 sf – 3 ton AC
  • 1901 to 2200 sf – 3.5 ton AC
  • 2201 to 2600 sf – 4 ton AC
  • 2601 to 3200 sf – 5 ton AC

Bryant has around 17 air conditioners to choose from. They cover the full range of home sizes. 

2. The Innovative Bryant Evolution System

New HVAC technology shines in the Evolution system.

Evolution air conditioners utilize variable speeds or two-stage fans. This cuts down on how much energy the system uses to cool the home. The fans run at a slower speed, keeping your home at a consistent temperature.

All Evolution units include humidity control. The high-end Evolution AC removes up to 400% more humidity than a single-stage AC. You won’t have to worry about cleaning up summertime mold anymore.

These systems are built to last. They’re coated in a specialized paint to protect them from harsh weather. No more rusty HVAC unit eyesores with this system.

3. Highly Trained Installers

All authorized Bryant dealers undergo certification testing. They are some of the best trained in the industry. This is to ensure all Bryant systems are properly installed.

When an HVAC system isn’t installed correctly, it will constantly break down. You will end up spending hundreds of dollars on repairs.

Problems that usually occur when your HVAC is installed incorrectly include the following:

  • Poor wiring causes a short in the system
  • Loud noises from loose bolts
  • Unit isn’t level and doesn’t cool correctly
  • Unit is too heavy for the platform and tilts

Always make sure your HAVC installer has the proper certification before signing a contract. It will save you a lot of time and money.

4. New Thermostat Technology

Sometimes you don’t have the extra minutes it takes to adjust your thermostat before leaving for work. The Evolution system has an easy fix for that problem.

Using a wifi connection and mobile app, you can adjust the thermostat from anywhere. 

The Evolution’s programmable thermostat also controls the humidity levels and fan speed. It includes reminders for filter changes and annual maintenance.

Many of these thermostats keep track of the system’s energy use. They offer tips on how to cut back on your monthly power bill. 

Bryant thermostats are all easy to use. Most include touch screens and large fonts so anyone can read them.

Say goodbye to bulky white boxes. Bryant’s thermostats are slim and unobtrusive. You will hardly notice them.

5. Energy Saving Systems

Appliances are rated by how much energy they use during each season. This is called a SEER rating. The higher the rating, the more efficient the appliance.

Bryant’s most popular systems have SEER ratings ranging from 13 to 21. 

If your current HVAC system is rated 10 and you upgrade to one rated 19, you save 47% on your energy bill. Over the lifetime of your new unit, it will save you almost as much as you paid to install it.

6. Long-Lasting Equipment

Buying a new HVAC unit comes with a hefty price tag, so you want to buy one that lasts a while. Bryant systems have a reputation for lasting longer than other HVAC units.

In general, most systems will last about 15 years. Well-serviced Bryant HVAC systems will keep you comfortable for closer to 20 to 25 years. 

As for other system components, items like thermostats will run for 35 years. 

Want to get the most from your Bryant heating and cooling components? Make sure you schedule annual maintenance appointments. An authorized dealer can spot potential problems before the system breaks. 

7. Excellent Warranty

Even though these systems last a long time, sometimes parts break without warning. A warranty guarantees that the repair won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

Bryant systems come with a 10-year standard parts limited warranty. 

Make sure you register the system with Bryant after installation. If you don’t, the warranty is only good for five years. 

Authorized Bryant dealers may also guarantee their work. Make sure you ask your dealer about all warranties and guarantees. 

8. Whisper Quiet Systems

Noise levels are measured in decibels. Older air conditioner units run with an average of 82 decibels. That’s similar to standing in a crowded cafeteria while everyone is talking.

Prolonged exposure to decibels over 85 can lead to hearing loss. It is important to make sure your new HVAC unit runs around 70 to 75 decibels maximum.

The Bryant Evolution system is one of the quietest on the market. The 189BNV model emits only 56 decibels. In comparison, a normal conversation is around 60 decibels.

Ready to Buy a Bryant Heating and Cooling System?

Your family’s comfort should always take top priority. A Bryant heating and cooling system will keep your home cozy for a long time

When you’re ready to replace your old system, we’re here to help. At Jerry’s Heating and Cooling, we’ve helped families like yours since 1991. Let us put our expertise to good use.

Still have some questions about Bryant HVAC systems? Our trained professionals are ready to answer any questions you may have.

Feel free to contact us at any time. Make sure to ask about our free estimate on all of our services.

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