Air Conditioning Professionals Explain the Best HVAC Systems for Summer Weather

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Aire Serv breaks down how cooling systems work by region

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A benefit to ductless mini-splits is that they can provide cooling as well as heating. They are also highly efficient and work in all climates.

Summer is ramping up and before long air conditioning systems will be in full use. Aire Serv has information on the best HVAC units for homeowners and the benefits of each type of cooling unit.

Central Air
Central air conditioning systems provide even cooling throughout the areas they are designed to cool. They are cost effective to install in homes and businesses with pre-existing ductwork. Central air conditioning systems are quiet, convenient to operate and more effective than window units.

Ductless Mini-split
A benefit to ductless mini-splits is that they can provide cooling as well as heating. They are also highly efficient and work in all climates. Installing a ductless system is a cost-effective alternative to installing a system that requires ductwork to be installed in the home or office, but the can still run about 30 percent more expensive than adding an air conditioner to an existing ducted system.

Evaporative Cooler
Evaporative coolers are a cost effective cooling system and are more effective in arid climates, such as Arizona and New Mexico. Evaporative coolers cool the air and they add moisture, helping to improve comfort. They cost about half as much as installing a central air system and use less energy. Evaporative coolers do require frequent maintenance and are only suitable in areas of low humidity.

Window Unit
Window units are used for select cooling of a certain space or area. They provide a relatively inexpensive way to cool a room in the home. Homeowners should keep in mind that improper installation of a window unit can result in significant air leakage, which can cause utility bills to increase.

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