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GE Appliances, a subsidiary of General Electric, is a leading industrial manufacturer of consumer appliances. The company has been around since 1907. GE owned about one-third of the appliance business in the United States. In 2016, GE announced that it would sell its appliance division, including GE Appliances, to Haier Corporation for $5.4 billion.

As the largest manufacturer of household appliances, the company produces a range of trusted products used by half of all U.S. households. This trust is reflected in the brand’s substantial market share and high levels of brand loyalty among clients.

Today’s GE appliances are powered by innovative technology and built to last because they believe that quality is about more than just what you can see. It’s about being able to rely on products for years to come and giving you peace of mind knowing that your HVAC units are safer and more efficient than ever before.

What kind of units they have?

There are different kinds of ge HVAC systems in the market. Some of the units ge manufacturers include:

Space heaters

GE space heaters are available for heating residential spaces during winter seasons. These units use coils to electrically warm up an insulated enclosure, producing comfortable indoor temperatures.

Gas Furnaces

Gas furnaces are available as a gas-powered alternative to traditional electric appliances. These use natural gas, propane, or butane to produce heat for homes and buildings. These units have fans that help circulate air currents inside the room, like space heaters to provide people with a comfortable temperature.

Air conditioners

Air conditioners can be used during the summer months or in areas where air humidity is high since it allows the water vapor present in the air to condense and produce cool, clean air.

The SmartSense technology included in GE’s appliances provides maximum air heating and cooling efficiency, so you can spend less time worrying about air quality and more time turning on the fan to create a perfect room temperature.

GE air conditioners include RV air conditioner (Model #: ARH13AHCB, Model #: ARH13AHCW etc.), residential air conditioner (ge Built-In Room Air Conditioners, ge Window Air Conditioners, ge Portable Air Conditioners, etc.) and commercial air conditioner (GE Zonelines Packaged Terminal AC, GE Zonelines Vertical Air Conditioners, etc.)

Heat pumps

These units use refrigeration technology similar to what’s used in domestic refrigerators to transfer heat from one location (your building) to another (a location outdoors). You can use them as a heating and cooling system during different seasons.

Some notable features of GE heat pumps are;

  • Cooling capacity of 14,400/14,200 BTU
  • Electronic temperature limiting to prevent overcooling and overheating
  • Dehumidification (4.8 pints/hour)
  • Heat pump efficiency of 3.3/3.3 COP

Heat recovery ventilators (HRVs)

This unit is used in buildings with two sources of air — one that circulates inside the building and another that directly enters through windows, doors or vents on the outside.

Range of cost

The cost of General Electric HVAC products is determined by the size of your home and the type of HVAC system you choose. Your annual energy usage is also a factor, but the size of your home has the most impact on how much you’ll spend.

The average cost of a GE natural gas furnace is $1,660, while the average price of a GE electric furnace is $2,000. The average cost of a GE heat pump is around $7,500, and the average cost of a GE air conditioner is about $4,000 (installation costs are extra).

GE Appliances are known for their reliability and durability. The brand invests in technology to ensure you get quality products that will serve you for years while being friendly to your pocket.

General Electric provides high-quality products and services, which is why at Jamison Air, we’re proud to offer such an assortment of products from this reputable manufacturer. Whether you’re looking for a ge air conditioning system, a heat pump, or a complete HVAC system installation, we can help you find the suitable model and size to suit your needs and budget. Call us today for the best HVAC services.

 

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