On those hot and humid summer days where a fan just isn’t enough to be comfortable anymore, central air conditioning will do wonders in keeping your home or business comfortable inside. If you have an existing forced air furnace with ductwork, central a/c can added to your system in most cases.
Central air conditioning consists of two major parts: The inside unit – the “A-Coil”, and the outside unit – the “Condenser”. The A-Coil is installed inside of the furnace (or an air handler if you don’t heat with a furnace). It removes the moisture and heat from the home and sends it via refrigerant to the outside unit, the Condenser. This is the large metal box with a fan in it that sits beside the home outside. The condenser then expels the excess heat into the atmosphere and changes the state of the refrigerant, then sends it back to the A-Coil, where it quickly absorbs more heat and humidity from your home via the air flowing through it, and the cooler, dryer air is then dispersed by the furnace’s (or air handler’s) fan throughout the home’s venting making the home much more comfortable on hot and humid days. This cycle is repeated continuously as long as there is a call for cooling from your thermostat.
A Daikin brand air conditioner with a high-efficiency scroll compressor provides efficient and economical cooling performance.
- Cooling performance up to 20 SEER when properly matched and installed
- Energy-efficient scroll compressor uses chlorine-free R-410A refrigerant
- Acoustically engineered sound control blanket helps to reduce noise levels compared to units without a sound blanket.
An annual tune-up is recommended if you already have central air conditioning to ensure it will run at maximum efficiency each year. We perform central a/c tune-ups for as low as $79- please call us to schedule yours. The energy savings realized with clean, efficient running air conditioning equipment will most often more than pay for the cost of a tune-up.
If you currently have central air conditioning and it’s not working right or not at all, our Nate certified technicians can diagnose the trouble and either repair it, or recommend the best options based on the age and condition of your equipment.