Air conditioning is a standard feature in nearly every new building in the United States. If you are building or renovating a home or commercial building, you will most likely install a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to keep the building warm, cool, and ventilated as needed.
Air conditioning can be found in many older buildings as well. In older buildings without modern HVAC systems, window units, portable air conditioning systems, and split air conditioning systems are often used to keep interior spaces cool.
You might find yourself trying to justify choosing not to install an air conditioning system in your building because in Indiana, the outdoor temperature only becomes uncomfortably hot for a few months out of the year. Although it can be tempting to save money by “toughing out” the hot months by opening your windows and running fans to circulate the air, choosing not to install an air conditioning system can have a negative impact on your physical and mental health. A few facts to consider include:
There are many different types of air conditioning system available. The ideal system for your building depends on the size of the building, your budget, and the amount of renovation needed to install an air conditioning system. Types of air conditioning system include:
You should have your air conditioning system serviced once per year. Servicing often includes replacing or cleaning the system’s filter and cleaning its coils.
When you want to install a new air conditioning system or you need to have your existing system serviced or upgraded, contact our team of heating and cooling professionals at Naughton Mechanical LLC today to set up your initial consultation with us. We can answer any questions you have and walk you through the services we provide to keep you cool while your system runs properly and efficiently.
We constantly take classes and attend seminars so we stay up to date on all the advances in technology and efficiency, and therefore keep our customers satisfied.
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.