Adding a cooling system is one of the smartest investments you can make.
The right cooling system, installed the right way, will bring a new world of comfort to your summer living. But the wrong system could bring you untold frustration and may cost much more in high operating and maintenance costs.
Unlike heating, plumbing or electrical systems, there are no municipal inspectors who check the safety and integrity of air conditioning installations. It’s critical that you choose a company you can rely on for quality installation and service.
Central air conditioner systems are usually of two types – split systems or packaged systems. In a split system, the condenser and compressor are located in an outdoor unit but the evaporator is located inside the building. Typically, the evaporator is mounted in the air handler unit. On the other hand, in a packaged system, as the name suggests, all components – the condenser, the compressor and the evaporator are located in a single outdoor unit. The entire unit is generally located on the ground or on the roof. Packaged systems are generally used when there is limited space.
A central air conditioning system offers many advantages over conventional air conditioning systems. Central air conditioning systems can improve your indoor air quality. When the system turns on, ambient air is drawn in to the air handler unit from different rooms and corners of your building through return-air ducts. The system has a filter for air to pass through. As a result, air borne particles like dust, pollen and lint are removed before filtered air is routed back to the rooms through a separate set of ductwork. Some central air conditioning systems come with highly sophisticated filters that can remove even microscopic pollutants.
There is another important advantage of central air conditioning systems over conventional air conditioners. With a central air conditioning system the condenser, including the fan and the compressor, is located in an outdoor unit. This means the level of indoor noise is almost negligible. No wonder most hospitals, educational institutions and government offices prefer to use central air conditioning systems.
Adding air conditioning to your home can be a good investment. Make it a great one with a system from Campbell Heating & Air.