The topic of residential HVAC can sometimes be confusing, especially with all the available options. Energy efficiency, cost efficiency, and functionality are all factors in the decision-making process. When it comes to central air conditioning, it has become the standard in regulating home temperature. If your home needs an upgrade or if you’re looking to purchase a new home, here are the benefits of using this system.
Central air conditioning is a quiet option. With window units, you have to contend with the constant sounds of each unit running, in each room. Central air conditioning works by using a condenser, fan, and compressor that will all be located outside of the home. While you will probably hear the sound of your central air when it runs, the sound in comparison is much less disruptive.
One of the most attractive features of central air conditioning is the circulation. In fact, this system is the most efficient and effective way to cool your home and circulate air throughout the entire home. In addition, it uses filters that improve the overall quality of the air being circulated. The filters work to ensure that elements like pollen, dust, and other air pollutants won’t affect your breathing while you are inside your home.
Because the system operates with a larger unit that will live on the outside of your home, your interior space is completely free for all of your unique design elements. With window units, you essentially will not be able to use those windows for anything other than housing the air conditioner. You won’t be able to close your curtains and leaves your windows vulnerable to rain. Your home will look modern and completely up to date.
The technology that central air conditioning units use makes them incredibly easy to operate. A centrally located console usually features just a few buttons that allow you to regulate the temperature in your home. In some cases, you can also program the system to turn on before you get home so that it’s comfortable when you arrive, and to a specific temperature. In addition, central air conditioning, in some cases, can also provide heating. It uses a heat pump, or a reverses cycle to then generate heat to your home, allowing you to regulate your interior air with one system.
Central Air Tips from International HVAC
If you’re searching for an affordable new AC unit, you can trust International Services. We are the trusted HVAC repair technicians for families in the Maryland and Virginia areas, and we have been keeping residents comfortable for almost ten years. We provide you with the highest quality services for the best possible price, and we never cut corners. For more information about our services, contact us online or by calling (202) 241-4822, (703) 445-7766, or (301) 534-4822. Do you want more tips on keeping your home and furnace leak-free? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.