The “HVAC” part of your HVAC system stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. All of these parts work to keep your home comfortable all year. But here we’re going to focus on your cooling HVAC system options.
If you’re looking for a new AC system, you’ll need the help of a professional HVAC company. Only a trained pro like the ones at Sullivan Heating & Cooling can ensure your system is set up properly. Below are some of your different options. Take a look to learn more and help determine what type might be best for your home.
Your HVAC System Cooling Options
We can install any of the systems listed below.
- Central Air Conditioners: Central air conditioning systems are a great choice. They all have an outdoor condenser unit and an indoor evaporator unit. These work together to create cold air, which is then pumped through ductwork throughout your home. Central air conditioners are ideal for creating even cooling through your home and are also quite energy efficient.
- Heat Pump Mini Splits: If you’re unsure if you have room for a central air conditioner, you may want to consider a heat pump mini split. The system uses the indoor/outdoor split cooling system. The heat pump saves space by replacing an indoor unit with air handlers instead. Heat pumps work efficiently and can create comfort all year.
- Ductless Air Conditioners: Do you have old ductwork that you’d rather not deal with, or no ductwork at all? Then you may want to think about a ductless HVAC system. Ductless air conditioners give you the same benefits or a heat pump, but save you the hassle of dealing with dirty ductwork.
- Geothermal Heat Pumps: Geothermal systems use the temperatures from the earth’s crust to keep your home comfortable. This is a very efficient method to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The downside is that the cost of installation can be more expensive. The good news is the coil that goes under your home can last up to 50 years.
No matter what HVAC system you choose for your home, make sure that it will meet your needs. And of course make sure to have it installed by a professional HVAC technician. A poor installation can risk your comfort and force you to buy an early replacement. Leave it to a professional to get the job done correctly.
Contact Sullivan Heating & Cooling for your HVAC system installation needs.