Unique Indoor Comfort’s extensive background in air conditioner engineering principles, built over the past 50 years, means that our experience is unmatched when it comes to bringing central air service to our customers. Regardless of whether you are looking for central air installation, servicing, or maintenance, you can be confident Unique Indoor Comfort is the right decision for your home.
How it Works
Central air systems are comprised of two important pieces – the ductwork and the outdoor cabinet. The outdoor cabinet houses the system’s compressor, condenser, and condenser coil.
A central air ductwork system is made up of an intricate system of supply and return lines, that simultaneously cool and filter your home’s air. These components work seamlessly together to both cool your home’s air through the system refrigerant and distribute cool air evenly throughout your home via the installed ductwork.
The system’s compressor is responsible for distributing cool air, and there are a number of types to choose from. The most common are single-stage compressors, which are simple to maintain but less efficient than newer compressors. A great alternative to single-stage models are two-speed compressors, which are available in modern central air systems. These compressors are designed to adjust their energy usage depending on the indoor and outdoor temperature, making them an energy-efficient choice.
Why Central Air?
Improved Air Quality
The most important benefit of a central air system to a home is its ability to constantly filter airborne particles. The design of a central air system includes an air handler in each room that filters dust, pollen, pet dander, and other pollutants while clean air is recirculated through a separate ductwork system.
Unlike window units, the noisy components of a central air conditioning system are located completely outside of the home. This means your home can experience even, comfortable temperatures without constantly hearing your system running.
Easy, Efficient Operation
Because central air systems are designed to deliver cool air from a single source, controlling your indoor temperature is extremely easy. Modern thermostats and ductwork allow you to designate multiple climate zones and even automatically set when your system will run.
Considerations For Your Home
Most modern central air systems are designed to meet the highest SEER standards, meaning they can be up to 15% more energy efficient than non-qualified models. When choosing a unit for your home, be sure to consult with a central air expert on what energy-efficient models are available for you home.
Central air systems can provide your home with energy efficient, high performance cooling if the right unit is chosen for your specific situation. When the properly-sized unit is installed in a home, central air systems can evenly remove humidity and provide perfectly comfortable temperatures year-round.
Regular servicing of central air systems is a must. Fan blade deterioration, ductwork blockages, and low refrigerant levels are just some of the concerns for a central air conditioning system that doesn’t receive regular maintenance. Regular service from A/C experts like those at Unique Indoor Comfort, will help to both maximize the efficiency and extend the lifespan of your high-quality central air system.