At Service Doctors, we offer some of the most efficient and durable Payne air conditioners for our customers in the Washington, DC area. We are happy to help you choose the best Payne AC model for your home, and our HVAC technicians provide top quality installation services.
PA16NA – 16 SEER R–410A
The PA16NA unit offers the highest efficiency, 16 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of all Payne AC units. Like miles–per–gallon for a car, SEER ratings allow consumers to compare energy efficiency of air conditioners – the higher the SEER, the better the efficiency. This model also features Payne’s deluxe dense grille for greater protection of the unit’s outside coil.
If you are concerned about your carbon footprint, the PA16NA air conditioner is offered with chlorine–free, R–410A refrigerant. Attractive, designed for minimal effect on the Earth’s ozone layer and built to last, this is a smooth–running, energy–saving cooling machine. This unit incorporates the EPA–approved and industry accepted R–410A refrigerant, which is the environmentally sound alternative to R–22.
PA13NA – 13 SEER R–410A
The PA13NA unit operates with a 13 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) cooling efficiency. It’s equipped with the Payne standard grille for attractive, durable coil protection. Or, for improved protection, the dense grille option is available.
If you are concerned about your impact on the environment, the PA13NA air conditioner cools your home with chlorine–free, R–410A refrigerant, which has been called the refrigerant of the future. Attractive, designed for minimal effect on the Earth’s ozone layer and built to last, this is a smooth–running, energy–saving cooling machine. This unit incorporates the EPA–approved and industry accepted R–410A refrigerant, instead of the ozone–depleting R–22.
No matter which model you choose, you’ll enjoy your Payne air conditioner for many years because Payne products are designed, built, and tested for long lasting operation. Call us today to find out more about the Payne air conditioning products we offer and our installation services.
There are many ways you can save energy by naturally keeping your home cool. Closing your curtains during the day and not turning on heat generating appliances (like your oven or clothes dryer) until after 7:00 pm can help reduce how much heat your home gains during the day. The less heat in your home, the less your AC will have to work to keep it cool!