In addition to choosing the type of system that’s right for your home, you also need to select the right size unit
I’ll give you some ideas on selecting a good climate control system for your home. If your home doesn’t have a central cooling system, you may be considering having one installed. Central air conditioning (A/C) can provide a number of benefits, including improved indoor air quality and increased comfort level. However, before you make the decision to install a new A/C unit, it’s important to understand how the system works and what options are available. The basic components of a central A/C system include an air conditioner, furnace, and ductwork. The air conditioner is responsible for cooling the air, while the furnace provides heat. The ductwork distributes the conditioned air throughout the house. In most cases, the furnace and air conditioner are connected to a single HVAC system. There are two types of central A/C systems: split-systems and packaged units. Split-systems consist of an outdoor unit (condenser) and an indoor unit (evaporator). The condenser is located outside the house, while the evaporator is located inside. Packaged units combine all of the components into a single unit that is typically located on the roof or on a concrete pad in the yard. In addition to choosing the type of system that’s right for your home, you also need to select the right size unit. The capacity of an A/C unit is measured in tons. A one-ton unit can cool approximately 400 square feet of space. When selecting a unit, it’s important to have a professional HVAC contractor perform a load calculation to determine the correct size for your home.