We understand that replacing your air conditioning system or adding a new system is a significant investment- trust in the experts to help you figure out what would work best for you with the most cost effective price. Keep in mind that the type of air conditioning system you need and its cost depends on where you live in the country, and how many square feet you need to cool.
There are several types of systems available to cool your home. Click on any of the links below to learn more about each system.
Central air conditioners are generally forced-air systems that circulate cool air through your home through pre-installed ductwork. When the air becomes warm again, it’s circulated back into the system through return ducts and registers.
Swamp Coolers (also known as evaporative coolers) use air pushed through water-soaked pads to cool your home. They’re a cost-effective way to cool your home from the installation costs to the operational costs.
Split systems are ductless or central systems that have components that are installed both inside and outside your home. They generally have two main components: an outdoor compressor or condenser, and an indoor air-handling unit.
If you don’t want to use the existing ducts in your home, or are looking to install a/c in a room that wasn’t originally connected to your existing system, a ductless a/c could be the answer. Ductless systems also have indoor and outdoor components, but they aren’t built into existing forced-air furnaces.
These units can be installed in windows or through a wall as a singular unit to cool a small square footage in a room. These are ideal for small spaces, bedrooms, or if you just want to cool down a single room or floor.
If you live in a section of the country that has excess humidity in the air, a whole-house dehumidifier can be a lifesaver. It helps reduce the chance of mold and mildew, that musty smell, and condensation on your wooden furniture, windows, and mirrors.
No matter which system you choose, selecting the right unit and ensuring that it’s sized properly for your home is critical to maximize the efficiency and minimize monthly energy costs. If your system is too large, it will cycle on and off more frequently, causing necessary wear and tear and eventual failure. A smaller system will cost less, but might have trouble keeping up with the temperature you set.
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Whether you’re looking for emergency repair services or repairs that might not be so urgent for your air conditioning unit, Pro HVAC Service can help! Let us increase the efficiency of your system and reduce the amount of money you spend on your energy bill every month.
To get your free estimate, fill out the form to the right, or give us a call at (844) 769-5995. Within minutes, we’ll contact you with a list of local HVAC Contractors that can help you.