Selecting the right heating and cooling system for your Arizona home is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a homeowner. You want to choose products that have a long track record of success and are guaranteed to provide you with the perfect combination of performance and energy efficiency. While there are a lot of heating and air conditioning products you could choose from, the premier brand that Arizona homeowners return to time and time again is Lennox. Lennox products are made to last, to keep your home at the perfect temperature all year long; and when you use Lennox products to set up a whole home comfort HVAC system, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without these excellent products.

Read on to learn more about Lennox heating and air conditioning units and find out how you can get them installed in your Arizona home.

How Does a Whole Home Comfort HVAC System Work?

When people hear the term ‘HVAC’, they normally only think of their home’s air conditioning system. However, an HVAC system actually comprises every aspect of your home’s heating and air conditioning, and can accurately be called a whole home comfort system. Whole home comfort systems are comprised of four equally important units: A thermostat, a furnace, a heat pump or air conditioner and some sort of indoor air quality control unit. Working together, these four units regulate the temperature in your home so that you and your family are always as comfortable as possible and that you’re getting the most out of your HVAC system.

When you’re looking at setting up your whole home comfort system, it is important that you choose an AZ HVAC installation company that offers the best products, and the only products that homeowners in Arizona should consider are Lennox HVAC units. 

Why Lennox?

There is only one reason that you should choose Lennox products for your HVAC system: history. Lennox has been in operation for over 110 years, offering our customers the top quality heating and air conditioning products that they deserve. However, we’re not content to sit on our laurels, always striving to improve our products and services in whatever way we can. When you choose Lennox products, particularly in the effort of setting up a whole home comfort system, you’ll want the best possible equipment that comes with a rock-solid guarantee and the highest Energy Star ratings possible, giving you both the utility and energy savings that you want and need.

During the process of setting up your whole home comfort system with Lennox products, you will have a wide variety of top-of-the-line units to choose from, making it important to learn a little more about the components you will be choosing for your system. 

Lennox Furnace

First, let’s talk about the furnace in your HVAC system. Most homeowners believe that furnaces fall into the category of one size fits all, but this couldn’t be further from the truth, especially when it comes to Lennox furnaces. Unlike standard, single-stage furnaces, Lennox Furnaces, using Precise Comfort Technology, offer you the kind of flexibility and unit efficiency that you want out of your whole home comfort system. Where typical furnaces only have two settings—full power or stand-by—Lennox furnaces can operate anywhere from 35% to 100% capacity, meaning they can maintain your homes perfect temperature at all times and preventing you from constantly turning your furnace on and off. This is especially important during the times of the year with massive temperature swings. 

Lennox Air Conditioner

Much like furnaces, standard air conditioners do not offer their users a large amount of flexibility and usage. Most air conditioners offer either single-stage or two-stage setups, which can make for wild swings when adjusting the temperature inside of your home. Lennox air conditioners, on the other hand, provide the kind of customization that is important to home owners living in the often extreme climate of Arizona. Using the same Precise Comfort Technology that powers Lennox Furnaces, Lennox Air Conditioners have an operating range of between 35% and 100% capacity that can be adjusted a single percent at a time, making for stable, custom temperatures and the kind of comfort you should expect from your HVAC system.

When your AC technician visits for your central air conditioner install, they can advise you on how to best use your air conditioning system for maximum comfort and efficiency. 

Lennox Heat Pump

For homeowners in Arizona, sometimes a better choice for the cooling component in their whole home comfort system is a heat pump. Heat pumps are great choices because they offer homeowners both a high-level control of their homes temperature and the kind of energy efficiency that you want out of your cooling system. Depending on the climate that you live in, your heat pump will either be paired with an air handler or a gas furnace. Lennox Heat Pumps are available in either the Signature or Elite series, both of which offer you excellent performance and top-quality efficiency. 

Lennox Thermostat

While many homeowners may not realize it, choosing the right thermostat for your HVAC system is just as important as all of the other units, and thanks to modern technology, a home’s thermostat is much more than just the controls of your system, especially when you choose Lennox’s iComfort or ComfortSense series of thermostats. The iComfort series is especially beneficial, automatically adjusting your home’s temperature to make sure you’re comfortable at all times—it can even adjust your home’s temperature based on what the outside temperature feels like, rather than what it reads. Choosing a Lennox Thermostat for your whole home comfort system means having an optimal level of control so that you can keep your home at the temperature you want. 

Lennox Indoor Air Quality

Last, but certainly not least, in your HVAC system is your air quality control units. Lennox offers you a number of great options to improve your home’s air quality so that your family can breathe easy at all times. Some of the most common options that are customers choose are air filtration systems, humidity controls and energy or heat recovery ventilation systems. Using all three in concert can make for some of the purest air that you could hope to have. When planning your HVAC system install, your AZ HVAC installation company will be able to tell you which Lennox Indoor Air Quality options are right for your home.


Contact the Lennox air conditioning experts at Scottsdale Air Heating & Cooling to learn more about getting your new AC unit installed. Email us or call 480-359-7141 now!


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