American Standard Central Air Conditioning Models
Your home deserves the most exceptional comfort, and American Standard can best suit your needs. American Standard has upheld its reputation for excellence for over 140 years.
With SEER ratings that exceed the government’s requirement on all of there products, you are guaranteed energy efficiency with an American Standard air conditioner. This approach towards the quality of products is what has gained American Standard consumers the most satisfaction in the industry.
AccuComfort™ Variable Speed Platinum 20 Air Conditioner
The Platinum 20 air conditioner is the most advanced air conditioning system on the market. AccuComfort™ technology uses cutting edge innovations that allow the air conditioning system to speed up, slow down, and run at the most efficient level possible.
The Platinum 20 model has a SEER rating of 22, which is extremely high energy efficiency. This system compared to a 10 SEER system, will cut your energy bill in half.
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- Quietest system in the market when compared to top competitors
- Variable-speed air conditioner that works smarter to lower the operating cost
- Fan speeds yield amazingly low sound levels
- Reduced energy costs with Enhanced Humidity Control
- Wider operating range to allow the system to remain operating instead of cycling on and off
- Spine Fin™ coil in this home central air conditioner gets more efficient and reliable cooling
- Rust-resistant coating, screws and basepan protect system from the changes in weather
- Runs at 70 percent capacity except on the hottest days when it steps up to the second stage
- System that is so quiet, you'll barely notice it's running
- Environmentally friendly refrigerant
Gold 17 Air Conditioner
The Gold 17 air conditioning unit has a two step cooling system which maximizes the ability of the unit to cool down your home. The two step cooling system operates at 70% power on normal days, but can kick up to 100% on very hot days when you need cooling fast.
Plus, with ratings up to 18 SEER, this central air system provides incredible energy efficiency which will save you money on energy bills. When compared to a system with an 8 SEER rating, the Gold 17 air conditioner can reduce your energy bill by 56%.
Equipped with SermaGuard™ rust resistant screws, this system was built to last homeowners for decades. Along with rust resistance, the Gold 17 air conditioner is build with Spine Fin™ coils which prevent cold air from leaving your system better than standard fins.
Silver 16 Air Conditioner
Silver Series air conditioners feature Spine Fin™ coils and Duration™ single-stage compressors, providing powerful cooling with the reliability you expect from American Standard.
The Silver 16 air conditioner comes with a 10 year warranty on the compressor and other additional parts. The Silver 16 model has a SEER rating which is slightly below the Gold mode, but an upgrade from a 10 SEER machine to a 17 SEER machine can save you up to 44% of your energy bill
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- Rust-resistant coating, screws and base pan protect system from the changes in weather
- Surpasses government efficiency standards
- Spine Fin™ coil
- Keeps operating noise to a minimum
- Environmentally friendly refrigerant that is ozone-safe
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Which sized unit is right for my home?
This question can’t be answered without us having seen your home. In order to perfectly size your unit, we have to do a series of calculations that will help us to determine the proper course of action. The output of air conditioners and heaters is measured in BTUs. A typical 2,000 square foot room may need a system that is capable of 40,000 BTU’s however there are other factors that impact the sizing decision such as windows and sun exposure, kitchens, and basements. The best course of action is to have one of our home comfort specialists visit you in your home to give you expert advice on which size you should have. Click here to schedule an appointment.
Will windows play an effect on which system and the size of the system I should buy?
Definitely. The number of windows, type of windows, how many floors your house is, insulation installed in the house, etc., play a major part in the unit and size of the unit selection.
Will my air conditioner take up a lot of space?
Your outdoor condenser unit will take up approximately the same amount of space that your previous unit. If you don’t have a condenser unit outside, a newly installed one will measure approximately 3 square feet. Inside your home, your American Standard unit can fit snugly in your basement or attic without taking up a lot of space. New units are smaller than older AC systems.
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