Anna Professional AC Installation Services

Whether you are replacing an existing AC unit, doing a makeover of all your AC units in your house, or simply having a new AC installed in your new home, this job is best done by HVAC professionals. Heatwaves have been hitting the country with record numbers, and people everywhere are calling their local technicians in need of AC repairs and installations.

There are many uses of an air conditioner and some of these are cooling the home, filtering out the dust and pollen in the air, promoting better sleep, and saving furniture and electronic gadget from early ruin. Although air conditioners are a convenience, in some cases, they are necessary.

Some find it too costly to have air conditioners installed in their homes. But today, high-efficiency systems along with smart thermostat devices can cool homes more efficiently. There are many types of air conditioners and you can learn more about them below.

What types of units should you consider for your AC installation?

There are now a lot of options for homeowners when it comes to an AC unit. Others may feel overwhelmed because of the presence of these options but others find it freeing. Contingent upon your inclinations, home size, and what kind of framework your home as of now have, certain AC units could work for you. Below is an explanation of the most popular types of AC units.

Split System

The evaporator coil is typically located in the utility closet of the unit, while the condenser coil is located outside. This system uses ductwork and vents to move cool air around the entire home. It is expensive to have this system, however, if your home does not already have ductwork, installation costs can be quite high. But the savings that you will get from this system can make it an affordable option if you look at it from the long term view.

Packaged System

A packaged system will have the compressor, condenser, and evaporator in a unit. This system also utilizes ducts and vents for efficient performance. This may also come with heating elements thus removing the necessity to have a separate furnace for use during the winter months.

Heat Pump

Depending on the season, heat pumps take indoor air and turn it into either cold or hot air. These are ideal for milder climates, as they are limited in their capabilities of temperature. However, geothermal designs are also available that can work for places with more extreme temperature fluctuations.

Evaporative Cooler

Sometimes, this type of AC unit is referred to as a swamp cooler. It pulls outside air through a moistened pad, and that helps to cool the air down as the moisture evaporates. This is an ideal system to be used in places that generally have dry climates. The effectiveness will eventually wear off as the indoor humidity climbs to a certain level, and the fan can be noisy, but they are low in cost when you consider installation, maintenance, and daily use.

Ductless Mini-Split System

These cooling systems aren’t as common in this country as they are overseas, but they are a cost-effective choice for homes that don’t have ductwork. A condenser/compressor unit is installed outside the home and filters air to each room using individually controlled blowers.

Homeowners have more control when cooling individual areas rather than an entire house. But if the owner of the home wants the entire home to be cooled during the summer then central air conditioning may turn out to be the more affordable option compared with using ductless mini-split system fans in the different rooms in the home.

Remember to regularly service your new unit.

After your new unit has been built, it is recommended, for optimum performance, to be serviced at least once a year. Identifying wear and tear, replacing parts as well as cleaning a unit should be conducted by an AC professional for improved performance. Having AC units regularly maintained also prevents the possibility of it suddenly breaking down during the hot summer months and causing great discomfort to you.

You’ll get about ten years of use out of the average air conditioner before it needs replacement. You need to have researched for its replacement before it breaks down completely. Upon installing a new system, you may see better performance and lower energy bills. You may observe lower energy bills and better performance after installing the new unit.