Air conditioning is one of the three components of an HVAC system. The other two are heating and ventilation. These components work together to ensure that the temperature in a building is regulated and that the building itself is properly ventilated. Proper ventilation promotes good air quality, which is important for the health of the people living and working inside the building. HVAC systems also control indoor humidity levels.
There are a few different types of air conditioning system available. The right type for your home or commercial building depends on your budget, your cooling needs, and the structure of the building itself.
Air conditioning systems include:
Speak with an experienced HVAC professional to determine which type of system is right for your property.
Having your air conditioning system serviced at least once each year will ensure that it continues to run properly and efficiently. An inefficient system uses more energy than one that runs efficiently, increasing the building’s utility bill.
Some older homes and buildings do not have air conditioning systems. In many of these cases, property owners are hesitant to install air conditioning systems because they are concerned about the price of doing so. Beyond the cost of the system itself, installation can mean extensive renovation of the building, potentially displacing its residents or disrupting workflow in a commercial setting.
Air conditioning has many health benefits, like promoting good indoor air quality and preventing heat exhaustion. Property owners who are concerned about the cost of installing a central or split air conditioning system should consider portable and window units instead of relying on open windows and fans to regulate the temperature.
When you need to have your air conditioning system serviced, repaired, or replaced, you need to work with an experienced HVAC professional. Contact our team at Naughton Mechanical LLC today to set up your initial consultation with us. We can answer any questions you have and help you decide the right course of action for cooling your home or commercial building safely and efficiently.
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