During the old days, air conditioning systems were pretty hazardous to the environment, but with the green movement, demands have been put on the market in order to not only get a lot more environmentally friendly, but to run clean as well as safe. Models no longer employ ozone depletion materials such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Presently, low as well as “no-ozone” depleting substances such as hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are used inside industrial air conditioning units. These kinds of procedures have helped to repeal the detrimental effects created by ozone depletion within our atmosphere and today, nearly all scientists agree that the danger to our ozone layer is simply no longer a critical matter. Currently, our issues are centered chiefly on green house gases as well as the rising temperature of our climate throughout the world – an entirely different, yet relevant, predicament.
The newest development in the Heating and cooling industry is the mini-split ductless air models which require virtually no air ducts. These units are particularly convenient for older buildings that were built without central heating and cooling systems. They’re more cost-effective, require little servicing and may be placed in virtually any room of your home or office.
Reverse cycle air flow conditioners are viewed as the most prevalent and have been in use for many years. Quite simply, they receive fresh air from the outside and pass it directly through the household, cooling the air it when it does so. The outside heat is actually contained by a refrigerant that is passed through an external coil by reversing the actual stream of the refrigerant. This is the very technique that a one’s refrigerator employs.
The heating and cooling industry in San Diego may not be as challenged as other places in the country. Indeed, our weather is pretty moderate, unless you reside in east county or north county inland. There, locals appear to get the extremes. In the winter, Escondido and Ramona will get cold. In the summertime, El Cajon and Santee tend to be nearly unbearable.
Since Airmakers covers the entire county, be sure to call us regardless of weather conditions. you can reach us (858) 530-1822.