There’s a simple concept behind how a central air conditioning unit works: the unit itself cools down air, which is then circulated throughout the home via supply and return ducts, controlled by registers, while warm air from within the home is carried away by the same system of ducts back into the unit for another cycle of cooling. This is one of the reasons why this specific type of home cooling system is popular in many American households.
Let the experts here at M and M Heating and Air Conditioning Service walk you through the advantages of centralized air conditioners and how they compare to other types of systems.
The Benefits of a Central Air Conditioning Unit
Central air conditioners are decidedly more energy efficient than room air conditioners. Almost all models have their condensers in an outdoor unit. They are kept out of the way, especially from the home’s residents. The central air conditioners make less noise and save more space than any other type of cooling system.
One factor that typically discourages most consumers from making the switch is the installation process. Upgrading from a room air conditioner to a central air conditioning unit will require ductwork to be put in place. This construction often affects the whole home and takes time.
If you do decide to make the switch to a central air conditioning unit for your home’s cooling needs, consult our experts about proper sizing in order to maximize efficiency. Most centralized air conditioners are rated using SEER or the season energy efficiency ratio, which measures how much energy they consume in a season.
Call M & M Heating and Air Conditioning Service today at (209) 952-6580 today and ask us about our central air conditioning installations. We guarantee to provide you with nothing but our best service.