Have you checked your air conditioning system lately? With summer almost upon us, it pays to take a look at its current condition and deal with any issues it might have. After all, the last thing you want is for your AC to break down in the middle of a hot spell. If it’s already old and failing, then what you need is a replacement. But what kind of AC system should you purchase? Here Hader Heating & Air Conditioning, your premier air conditioning expert, offers a quick comparison between three different AC types.
1. Central Air Conditioning A central AC is the most common type of air conditioner there is. Central air conditioning systems move and distribute cool air through the house via a system of ducts and registers. It’s available in a split system unit, which is divided into two spaces–the outside unit housing the condenser and compressor and the one inside the home that has the evaporator.
A central AC system may also come in a packaged unit. This means all of the system is in one place. A packaged air conditioner is usually located on the roof or near the foundation of your home. To decide whether you need a split system or a packaged unit, just turn to Hader HVAC and we’ll be more than happy to help you explore these choices more thoroughly.
2. Window/Room Air Conditioning A window air conditioner refers to the compact and readily available AC system that’s remained a popular option for smaller spaces. A window or room AC unit is typically installed in a wall opening or existing window. Because it’s a packaged system, this type of AC won’t require any ductwork.
3. Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning Ductless mini-split systems have gained traction over the years. Like a central air conditioner, this AC system comes with one outdoor and one indoor unit. They remain a favorite in homes that use hydronic heat and have no ductwork. Their compact design allows them to be installed in many areas of your home, which also helps with better zone heating and cooling.
When in need of high-quality air conditioning replacement and installation, look no further than Hader Heating & Air Conditioning. With our signature Hader heating and cooling service, we’ll make sure your new system provides long-lasting , superior performance. Check out our exceptional AC options from Bryant! We serve Blue Ash, Indian Hill, and Cincinnati, OH. Call us today at (513) 612-9201 or fill out this contact form to schedule your consultation.