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Most Asked Questions

An air conditioner seems as if it cools your home’s air, but in reality an air conditioner makes your home less warm by removing heat from the indoor air and transferring that heat to the outdoor air. Heat is extracted from the home by passing indoor air across a refrigerant coil.

Icing on the condenser coil on the indoor portion of your air conditioner, or ice on the refrigerant lines outside can be caused by several conditions. In some instances, a refrigerant (commonly called Freon) leak can cause a condition where ice accumulates on the indoor coil.

Every home is different, and there are many environmental variables that must be taken into account. There is not a set size that can be recommended without a Heating and Cooling Load calculation, otherwise known as a Manual J calculation.

04. What do all those air conditioner?

Efficiency Ratings: SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a system for rating the efficiency of cooling equipment. The higher the SEER rating, the less your unit will cost to operate. HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) is a measurement similar to SEER.

Heat pumps are often misunderstood or not understood at all. Because of this, you may not realize that there may be a better heating and cooling option than a furnace or air conditioner.

A heat pump is an efficient method of cooling your home in the summer and warming it in the winter.

An air conditioner works properly and efficiently at the temperature it was designed to achieve when it was installed. If there are hotter than normal days, the A/C will try to maintain the indoor design temperature. This does not necessarily mean the unit is undersized.

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