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What AC System Suits You Best?

comfortableTemperatures have started rising higher and higher in Texas as the sun has started to make longer appearances. With this year expected to be hotter than the last, making sure that you have a suitable air conditioning system will be crucial in keeping your home cool and comfortable.

If you are thinking of replacing your old air conditioning system with a new unit, it is important to pick a suitable one for you. We understand that investing in air conditioning in Houston, TX is one of the biggest decisions you can make. It is an expensive investment and will impact the comfort levels in your home for years to come.

With so many different types of air conditioning systems available in the market today, it can be overwhelming to decide on one. In this post, we will discuss the three most popular types of air conditioning systems and the benefits they offer so that you can make a more well-informed decision regarding this major investment.

What AC System Suits You Best?

Let’s take a closer look at the different types of AC systems, and what they offer to make a better decision on which one you would like to install in your home.

Central Air Conditioners

Central air conditioners are the most popular choice among homeowners. These units rely on a network of ducts installed in your home to cool the whole house instead of cooling different areas with individual cooling units. Since these units rely on a series of ducts, you will not need to install any internal units on the walls that you might find unsightly.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are becoming increasingly popular among homeowners. These work like traditional air conditioners by circulating refrigerant to transfer the heat from inside the house, outdoors through two sets of coils – one on the inside and the other on the outside. The key differentiators are that heat pumps feature a reversing valve that reverses the flow of the refrigerant during the winters to keep your home warm, making them useful to keep indoor temperatures ideal throughout the year, and that they feature an air handler rather than a traditional indoor unit.

Ductless Mini-Splits

Ductless mini-splits are air conditioner systems with multiple air handlers inside the house connected to an external unit. These internal units can be mounted on the wall, floor, or ceiling in your house in different areas. Each internal unit can cool the air in the area it is installed, effectively allowing you to set different temperatures for each part of your house. And, of course, these systems don’t need ducts to do their job.

Which AC System Suits You?

If your house had an old central air conditioner, you may want to consider choosing either a heat pump or a central air conditioner because you can connect them to the existing ductwork without the need to make any major changes. However, if you do not have ductwork from a previous air conditioner in your home, installing a ductless mini-split system could be a better option for you to consider.

If you need to learn more about the air conditioning options that you can consider for your home or need someone to install the new unit for you, you can get the guidance you need from us.

Contact us at Fresh Air, L.P., to get started.

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