Building a new residence? Upgrading your existing system? Regardless of why you’re looking for an air conditioner, you may shortly come to the conclusion that you have more options than you initially thought. Read through this info to help you measure four different options so you can select the right air conditioner in the U.S..
This is what many people think of when they imagine air conditioning for the total house. Central air conditioning transfers air to every room through a system of ducts and registers.
This could be right for you if:
In hot weather, heat pumps work much like central air conditioners. Many models can also provide heat in the winter.
This might be ideal for you if:
The ground below your feet hovers at a stable 55 degrees throughout the year. A geothermal heat pump takes advantage of this continuous supply of energy with underground loops for incredible heating and cooling efficiency.
This might be right for you if:
This is another type of heat pump. With ductless mini-splits, an outdoor unit connects to an inside blower unit mounted to a wall or ceiling. This doesn’t need any ductwork and keeps your windows shut.
This may be right for you if:
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