If you’ve decided to make your home or commercial space more comfortable, you’ll need to find the right AC system. Read on to learn about some of the most common options on the market today.
Window AC Units
Window AC systems are a great option if you need to cool a relatively small space. They are also fairly affordable and can usually be self-installed. However, before you rush out and buy a window unit, you should also be aware that they can be quite noisy and ineffective at cooling large, open areas.
Portable AC Units
Portable cooling systems work in much the same way as their window-based contemporaries. The main difference is that a portable unit stands on the floor instead of being fitted directly into the window. It expels warm air through an exhaust hose that is connected to the window. Portable AC units are best suited to cooling small areas and are very easy to install. However, they do tend to be a little more expensive and less efficient than comparable window units.
Ductless AC Units
A ductless cooling system can cool your home or business without the need to install ductwork. They are mostly used in older homes and small to medium spaces. These systems are very quiet and efficient, but they must be installed by a trained professional. Don’t worry, though, a member of the Evans Mechanical team is always available to help.
Central AC Systems
Installing an all-encompassing central AC system is the most comprehensive way to cool your space. These systems can be used to cool even the largest homes and commercial spaces in an efficient manner. The Evans Mechanical team can give you all of the information you need about installing a central air conditioning system in your home.
Putting Your Comfort First
For air conditioning installations, furnace repairs, and everything in between, you can rely on the Evans Mechanical team in Eureka. We have been keeping our friends and neighbors in Humboldt County comfortable for more than 60 years. Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you.Tags: AC Installation, AC System, Ductwork