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Complete System Air Conditioning and HeatingWhether you go with our company or another company, you’ll have all the information you need to make an informed decision regarding a new air conditioning and heating system after your free estimate. Depending on the number of questions you have and how long it takes to perform the heat loss and heat gain calculations this process will take about 90 minutes.

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If you’re still researching the different types of air conditioners for your home, here you go:

Central Air Conditioner Systems

Central air conditioners, also known as a central air system, combine the evaporator, condenser, and compressor into a single AC unit that’s usually installed on your roof or on a slab of concrete near your home’s foundation. The ducts for a central air system run through your home’s exterior wall, draw air from inside your home, and return your cooled air indoors. If you need help with a central air installation, call the trusted HVAC pros at Controlled Climates!

Ductless (Mini-Split) Air Conditioners

This type of AC unit is ideal for homes without existing ducts. These are similar to window air conditioners because each unit only cools a particular room or area of your home. This type of AC installation is ideal for being energy-efficient but can be more expensive if you’re trying to push cool air throughout a large home.

Window Air Conditioners

This type of air conditioner system is familiar because it’s usually mounted in an open window on apartments or multi-story homes. Window air conditioners are the most common type of AC installation because of the low AC installation costs and the wide variety of options available. Good window air conditioners will also have a good energy efficiency ratio (EER), which means you get a better balance of saving on energy costs while still cooling your home.

Heat Pump (Hybrid) Air Conditioners

Typically, a new air conditioner will run on electricity, which is why you want to choose the best, energy-efficient AC unit for your home. A hybrid air conditioning system, however, will alternate between fossil fuel and electricity to help you save money and conserve energy while you’re cooling your home.