Air Conditioning Repair and Installation
On hot summer days, it’s important that your air conditioning system is working properly, so that you can have a place to cool off and continue enjoying the day. You don’t want to go to turn the air down on a sweltering afternoon, only to realize that your system has stopped functioning. We can assess your system and determine if it needs to be repaired or replaced entirely. Call us today for an estimate of these services!
Types of A/C Units – What’s Right For Your Home?
Split System: This type of system is the most common type of air conditioning unit available for homes today. Inside the house is the evaporator coil that removes heat and moisture from the air while outside is the condenser coil that release that heat. A split system is the most economical option to install in a house with a central furnace already in place, because the two systems can share the ductwork.
Heat Pumps: This is a variation of the traditional split system. During the summer, it pumps heat from the house and releases it outside. In the winter, it extracts heat from outdoors and uses it to warm the inside of your home. As a result, heat pumps are able to be used effectively for both heating and cooling in mild climates.
Packaged Central Air Conditioners: These air conditioners combine the evaporator, condenser, and compressor into one single unit. The system is typically placed on a roof or concrete slab near the house’s foundation. Ducts running throughout the exterior wall or roof bring warm air from inside the house and cool the home. Packaged Central Air Conditioners can be used in small commercial buildings. It can remove the need for a separate furnace if combined with a set of heating coils or a natural gas furnace.
Ductless Mini Split Systems: This type of system can be a good option for houses that don’t have ductwork. Similar to a basic split system, it combines the outdoor compressor and condenser with one or more indoor air-handling units. A ductless mini split system can be installed without tearing up the walls to install ductwork. They can also be useful if you’re only looking to cool certain rooms at a time, making them less expensive.
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