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Tempstar offers heating and cooling systems for residential and light commercial applications that are energy efficient and practical. From central air conditioners to heat pump systems and mini splits in various efficiency ranges and BTU capacities. For further details on specific Tempstar central AC and heating systems see the menu below. 

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To get started on getting a Tempstar system you will want to contact an authorized Tempstar HVAC Contractor. Heating and air conditioning systems produced by Tempstar include:

  • Air source heat pumps
  • AC Systems including split air conditioners and mini split air conditioners
  • High efficiency furnaces

When purchasing a heating and cooling system you will need to decide on the energy efficiency rating. The higher the energy efficiency rating the lower the operating costs. This reduces energy use and lowers energy cost over the long term. Energy savings is always good for a homeowner. However, typically, the higher the efficiencies the more upfront cost to purchase the equipment. Purchasing an HVAC unit for air conditioning & heating is a decision you will need to make based on budget. Higher upfront cost for lower utility bills or cheaper upfront cost for higher energy bills. The decision is yours. Do your homework and select a good air conditioning contractor that does quality work.

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HVAC Tip - Air Conditioner & Heat Pump Tips: Additional Helpful Hints:
  • Always change your air filter on a monthly basis
  • Make sure all your supply vents are open and unobstructed
  • Keep area clean around indoor unit especially the return grills
  • Keep outdoor units free of leaves, grass, and debris including trash cans and/or children's toys or playthings like small plastic pools or playhouses.
  • Additionally your service technician will appreciate you not planting holly bushes near the outside unit
  • Lastly have system serviced every six months - once for heating and once for cooling before the season starts