Heating and cooling can account for more than half of your home’s total utility bill.* So when looking for ways to cut your energy costs, be sure to think about a high-efficiency system. High-efficiency systems are easily identified by reading the yellow-and-black EnergyGuide label found on the equipment.
Lennox® air conditioners and heat pumps are leaders in efficiency, with SEER ratings of up to 25.00. When combined with solar modules in a SunSource® Home Energy System, they can reduce heating and cooling bills by up to half.
The XC25 is the most precise and efficient air conditioner you can buy7. When it comes to cooling and heating your home, the XP21 rises to the challenge in a way that's unmatched by any other heat pump. It maintains precise temperatures, while keeping energy costs at a minimum.
When cold weather strikes, you can count on a Lennox furnace to keep you perfectly warm. You can also feel good knowing you’re saving money on your utility bills. That's because Lennox offers some of the industry’s most efficient heating systems.
The SLP98V is the most efficient and quietest furnace you can buy1. It uses exclusive Precise Comfort™ technology to significantly reduce your heating costs by hundreds of dollars a year, compared to an older or lesser efficient furnace.
Your local Lennox Dealer can help you find the heating and cooling system that best matches your needs for comfort and year-round energy efficiency.
*Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network, U.S. Department of Energy
**Air conditioner calculations are based on every $100 spent to cool a home using a 3-ton, 10-SEER unit. The criteria base for furnaces is a 60% AFUE unit, with a 50,000-Btuh heating load. Fuel rates and heating hours are factored into the calculation upon selection of a state or region. If a state is not selected, the calculator defaults to the US national average for fuel and electricity consumption. Actual costs and savings will vary depending on weather conditions, usage, location and local utility rates. This information is intended as an example for comparison purposes only.