If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, furnace, heat pump, or air purifier unit in the South Bay area, you’ll want an installation that will serve you for years to come. That’s where Climate Fresh comes in: from finding a system of the appropriate size, to ensuring a seamless integration in your home, we’re the experts that will get it done right the first time.
Air conditioning systems do more than just produce cold air, they also help improve the air quality in your home. These systems can help dehumidify the air in your home and also prevent hazardous molds from spreading. Installing any type of air conditioning system can be a complicated process with the potential to cause problems in your home’s ventilation, if it’s not done by experts. We have just the team to help you choose the right types of AC, heating, purifier, or solar panel units, and to install them quickly and cleanly.
As an example, there are several basic types of air conditioning systems that can be implemented within the available spaces. These and other considerations equally apply to furnaces, air cleaners, and other types of installations.
Types of Air Conditioning Systems
A few of the most popular types of AC systems that we install are:
These units are just as you would think. They are installed in an open window where hot air is sucked out of your home and replaced with cooled air from outside. These units are perfect for small places like apartments or designated rooms. These systems are not as powerful as larger central system, as they are intended to cool one room in a space. If your home or business is large, you will need multiple window units.
Ductless Mini-split system
This type of system is a smaller unit that resembles a condensed version of classic central air systems. These systems produce more power than window units but still are only meant to target smaller spaces. The difference is that this unit is installed internally and not in a window, giving it a more appealing appearance. These units are much more costly than window units and near the same price of central systems.
Central air conditioning
This is the most common type of air conditioning system. It offers full-house coverage of cool air. These are larger systems that are installed internally in homes and businesses. They are usually placed inside the central furnace or forced air system to distribute cold air throughout the entire location.
These units can be transported between a home and office easily. They are smaller compact systems that produce temporary chilled air and dehumidify air as well. They work from a compressor-based refrigerant system.
If you need help choosing the best type of air conditioning system for your home, give us a call today. We have expert technicians that will not only help you choose the right AC for your home, but install it quickly and at unbeatable rates. Schedule an appointment today!