Central Air Conditioning Systems:
Central air conditioning is a system that cools more than one room in a house or building. A central air-conditioning system blows cooled and/or dehumidified air through ductwork to deliver it throughout the interior room spaces. In most cases, it employs an air handler (blower) and ductwork of a forced-air furnace for this cool-air delivery. This is, of course, different than a portable room or window air conditioner, which is meant to cool only a single room.
Wilson Brothers HVAC will help you determine the right size system for your home comfort needs. We begin by conducting an energy analysis of your home. We’ll measure the windows, check the insulation, ductwork, and building materials, plus other things that directly affect system size. Then, we’ll help you select a system that fits your lifestyle and home comfort requirements.
We’ll recommend equipment and accessories manufactured of only the best quality. We install equipment with the highest energy efficient ratings available today.
High Efficiency Ratings Make Dollars and Sense
If you currently have central air conditioning that was installed prior to 1992, it is probably a 10 SEER or lower. The estimated annual cost to cool a home with an 8.00 SEER rated air conditioner is as much as $1,200. An American Standard 15 SEER unit can cool the same size home for about $635. That’s a savings of $565 or 47%! Now, that makes dollars and sense, doesn’t it?