White Plains, NY Professional AC Installation Services

If you are installing AC in a brand new home, replacing an existing unit, or doing a complete AC makeover, you can rely on an AC certified, trained professional to do the best job. Global warming is creating extreme weather conditions. During the summer months, this can result in heatwaves and very hot days. Everybody countrywide is contacting professionals as opposed to sitting with units that are faulty or worse not working at all.

Air conditioners cool a house, filter out pollen and dust, remove moisture from the air, help people sleep better, and prevent electronic devices from breaking down. Air conditioners are a necessity that can save lives, and not just a convenience for families.

There is a common misconception that air conditioning an entire home is an expensive proposition. But today, high-efficiency systems coupled with smart thermostat devices can cool homes more efficiently than ever. 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 is a great deal of AC options accessible today. Some homeowners may get overwhelmed by this, while others relish the possibilities. The AC system that will be appropriate for your house will depend on your personal preferences, the size of your home, and the infrastructure of your house. Below mentioned are the air conditioning units most commonly available.

Split System

The system’s condenser coil is in an outside unit, while the evaporator coil is often in the utility closet or somewhere else indoors. Cool air is carried through ductwork and blown through vents throughout the house. It can be prohibitively expensive to retrofit an older home that lacks ductwork to accommodate this type of system. Long-term, energy-efficient units and smart thermometers make this a cost-effective way to cool a home.

Packaged System

The condenser, evaporator, and compressor are all fixed in packaged systems on roofs or concrete slabs close to the home. This system also utilizes ducts and vents for efficient performance. It may also have heating elements, reducing the need for the winter months for a separate furnace.

Heat Pump

The heat pumps take the outside air and turn it, depending on the season, into cold or hot water. These will be most appropriate in places that have milder climates since they have a small range of temperatures where they can operate. But some of them have geothermal designs now that allow them to work even in areas where there are more differences in temperature.

Evaporative Cooler

The swamp cooler is the term that is sometimes used for such kind of air conditioner. This unit can produce cool air by having outside air pass through its moist pads. These types of systems can be great for dry climates, and direct evaporative coolers even increase the moisture to a more desirable level in the home. After a while, the effectiveness is diminished as the indoor humidity reaches a certain level, and the fan can be a bit on the loud side, but they are quite affordable in terms of daily use, maintenance, and installation costs.

Ductless Mini-Split System

This type of circuit is more common in other countries than in this one, but it can be a cost-effective option for older homes that lack ductwork. A condenser/compressor unit is installed outside and filters air to control the blowers in each room.

This will allow homeowners more freedom of choice, regarding cooling specific areas of their home. Although this is a great option for many, some homeowners may prefer cooling the whole house, in which case, central AC would likely be more cost-effective than operating ductless mini-split fans throughout each room.

Remember to regularly service your new unit.

After the installation of your new unit, it is recommended that it be serviced for optimum performance at least once a year. With annual inspections, certified technicians will be able to catch potential problems that might otherwise go unnoticed, as well as provide replacements for damaged parts and keep the unit clean for optimal performance. Regular tune-ups should be conducted to prevent sudden breakdowns during summer.

You should get about ten years of use out of a new air conditioner. It’s wise to do some research into possible replacements when your air conditioner is approaching the ten-year mark. Upon installing a new system, you may see better performance and lower energy bills. Once you install a new AC unit, you should see a dramatic difference in performance and lower energy bills.