Bryant Evolution™ 189BNV Air Conditioner

This Bryant Evolution Air Conditioner is top of it’s class with 60% greater efficiency than most A/C units. Central air will evenly cool your home for total comfort with maximum energy efficiency at 19 SEER.

The Bryant 189 is available in 2-5 ton sizes to fit most homes.

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Washington Energy Air Conditioning

Features

High Efficiency

This Bryant Evolution 189BNV Air Conditioner uses inverter technology and a rotary compressor to deliver variable-speed comfort control. Highly energy efficient.

  • SEER Rating: up to 19
  • EER Rating: Up to 13
  • Compressor Type: Variable-Speed
  • Sound Rating (decibels): as low as 5

Eco-Friendly

An environmentally sound Puron® refrigerant that offers high efficiency and long term cost savings to homeowners during service tune-ups.

ENERGY STAR® Rated 

This Evolution Air Conditioner meets ENERGY STAR® guidelines for high energy efficiency.

Quiet and Comfortable

Sound level as low as 70dBA in low speed.

DuraGuardTM protection package:
• Solid, Durable sheet metal construction
• Steel louver coil guard
• Baked–on, complete outer coverage, powder paint

Evolution Connex Communicating Control

When using the Connex Control thermostat, experience Bryant’s Perfect Humidity which provides amazing humidity control at your fingertips.

Warranty Included

A great warranty lets you enjoy your comfort with confidence. Bryant builds trusted reliability into every product then provides additional peace of mind with excellent warranty protection. 10-year standard parts limited warranty must be registered within 90 days of installation through Bryant.

FAQ

  • What factors will a Home Project Advisor consider when sizing a new air conditioner for my home?

    The size of your central air conditioning equipment is measured in tons of capacity. Your home’s design, size, insulation and other factors are input into a calculation to arrive at the proper sizing for state code requirements. We follow industry standards and local code for calculating your homes heating and cooling loads to ensure you will get the cooling you hope for.

  • My AC is running but it’s not cooling, do I need to replace it?

    If your current air conditioner is not cooling as much as you would like, you may not need to replace it yet. Central Air Conditioners like heat pumps can last 15 years or more, so if it’s not that old, you may have one of these problems:

    Not regularly serviced

    Air conditioners, like cars need tune ups regularly. Typically an air conditioner unit should be serviced at least once a year. A service visit typically includes task such as a filter change, coil cleaning, and refrigerant fill among other things. Regular service tune ups extend the life of the appliance. In addition, you should remove leaves and debris from around the unit. To learn about putting your home’s appliances on regular service plans, check out our Guardian Maintenance program.

    Dirty coils and filter inside the house

    If you’ve been neglecting regular AC tune ups, it is more than likely that the filter and coils on the air handling unit or furnace inside your house are dirty and clogging up the operation. Not only does this affect the operation of your air conditioner unit, it wears down the equipment, decreasing life expectancy.

    Leaky or improperly sealed ducts

    When was the last time you had someone check your duct work? Leaky ducts are common, especially in the attic area. Old ducts likely don’t need to be replaced but simply resealed and insulated.

  • How do I know if a company is qualified to install my air conditioner?

    A qualified technician should be NATE certified and factory trained on the air conditioner you are buying. To protect consumers, NATE (North American Technician Excellence) formed as a 3rd party, non-profit, certification program for the HVAC industry.  Passing the NATE test shows that the person working on your air conditioner installation knows their craft.

    Washington Energy Services has NATE certified installers and we are a Factory Authorized Bryant Dealer. Our installers receive hours of factory training from Bryant on each of their air conditioning products.

It was a wonderful experience, thank you to all involved! We're now enjoying our AC with the sunshine and thankful for the water heater too.”
Brock & Molly Huard
Redmond, WA
From start to finish, our experience in working with Washington Energy Services was enjoyable and satisfying. They were personable, professional, prompt and attentive to our every need. The installation crew was superb, knowledgeable, tidy and efficient. We could not be more pleased with the efforts and the results that everyone at Washington Energy Services delivered on the installation of our project.”
Ron
Seattle, WA

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Award-winning service and installation.

Since 1957, homeowners have come to know us for the type of best-in-class service they deserve. Frequent winners of the Angie’s List Super Service Award and perennially among the top local contractors rated by the BBB, Angie’s List and GuildQuality.

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A job done right

Our Home Project Advisors are ready to tailor choices to your lifestyle and budget and our installers have the experience and talent to make sure the work is done right.

Local, trusted, passionate

Since 1957 we have made homes all over the Puget Sound more efficient and comfortable. Our employees are craftsmen with a contagious enthusiasm for rolling up their sleeves and exceeding expectations.

Trained, licensed, bonded and drug tested

Each technician receives a minimum of 100 hours of on-the-job-training each year to ensure everyone is up to date on best practices. All of our employees undergo background checks and drug screens.