Air Conditioning

To help cool your home, your AC unit pulls heat and humidity out of indoor air, using your system’s blower to circulate the air

When selecting an air conditioner for your home, you have an array of choices. We have the information you need to research your options, whatever your budget or your needs—from a single air conditioner to an entire system

We install, repair and maintenance many brands such as Carrier, Luxaire, York, Fujitsu, Lennox, Coleman etc.

WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN AN AIR CONDITIONER

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Comfort
Features

Different central air conditioner products affect your comfort and the consistency of indoor temperature. A single-stage air conditioner is the most basic model, with airflow on or off. A two-stage model offers high- and low-stage cooling as conditions require and therefore can provide enhanced comfort levels. Variable-speed air conditioners include premium comfort features such as multiple stages for more precise temperature control and more consistent comfort

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Humidity
Control

Reducing the humidity levels within your home can dramatically improve your comfort. To help cool your home, your AC unit pulls heat and humidity out of indoor air, using your system’s blower to circulate the air. Models with a variable-speed compressor provide excellent humidity control because they can operate at lower speeds for longer times. So, they spend more time pulling humidity out of the air than models with a two-stage or single-stage compressor.

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Sound
Performance

Air conditioners with variable and multi-stage compressors provide ultra-quiet operation compared to models with single-stage compressors. In addition, models that include sound blankets and our Silencer System II™ design can further reduce noise levels. If your AC unit is located near a bedroom window or patio, for example, sound performance might be an important feature to consider.

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Energy
Savings

Air conditioners are rated by their seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER). The SEER rating of an air conditioner is much like miles per gallon (MPG) for a car: The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the system.

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