What is seer rating? s.e.e.r. stands for Seasonal
Ratio, the standard measurement of air conditioning efficiency
established by the U.S. Department of Energy. More importantly, higher s.e.e.r. ratings mean greater energy efficiency. The higher the seer
rating the more money you save. For example if your current air
conditioner or heat pump is more than ten years old, it could be
operating at lower than 8.00 seer. Compare the estimated annual bill of
an 8.00 seer to that of a 12.00 or 13.00 seer it could save you 38% on
your electric bill annually.