The AC Installation Options To Help Choose The Right Cooling System

16 July 2020
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Cooling technology has improved in recent decades, and you have many choices for a new air conditioning installation for your home. Many of the modern cooling systems that are installed improve energy efficiency, as well as comfort in your home. Here are the AC installation options to help you get the right cooling system for you:

  • Geothermal HVAC and AC Heat Pumps—The first option that you will want to consider for your air conditioner installation is an AC heat pump. These are highly efficient cooling systems that can also provide your home with efficient heating during mildly cold weather. In addition to an AC heat pump, there are also geothermal HVAC systems, which use the thermal energy of the ground to reduce the energy consumption of heating, cooling, and other mechanical systems. Before you install completely new HVAC system, talk to the AC installation service about options for heat pumps and geothermal systems for your home.
  • High-Efficiency Compact Duct AC Systems—Another option that you may want to consider for your home is a high-efficiency compact duct system. Compact ducts are more efficient than other AC systems because of their compact design, which provides more efficient, direct high-velocity airflow to cool your home. In addition, high-velocity AC systems are also a good solution for renovations and retrofitting older homes with modern heating and cooling systems.
  • Ductless Air Conditioning for Heating and Cooling—Rather than dealing with the renovations that need to be done with ductwork, you may want to consider ductless AC for the air conditioner installation for your home. Today, modern ductless systems can also be mini-split or multiple AC systems to provide your home with a modern zoned air conditioning design. Ductless systems are affordable, efficient, and easier to install than more conventional central HVAC systems with ductwork.
  • Hybrid Evaporative Cooling with Conventional AC—If you live in one of the many areas that have dry summer weather, evaporative cooling (swamp coolers) can be a much more efficient solution to keep your home comfortable. Evaporative cooling is less efficient when there is high relative humidity. Therefore, you want to talk to the AC installation service about a hybrid system that has conventional air conditioning to cool your home during the more humid days of summer.

There are a lot of choices that you will need to choose from to have the right cooling system installed in your home. Contact an AC installation service to talk to them about the cooling and comfort needs of your home.