The difference between SEER and EER is the “S”. The “S” stands for Seasonal. The EER is determined at a specific set o conditions. The SEER takes into account the different conditions that occur throughout the cooling season.
EER was one of the original efficiency rating system used. Now, SEER is the more commonly used rating to determine the efficiency of a system.
By LNBadmin|2018-08-09T18:28:36+00:00November 8th, 2016|Comments Off on What is the difference between SEER and EER?