It’s often a smart idea to learn about a system prior to buying it. A new A/C System is no exception. To determine the best system for your home, you’ll need to solicit the assistance of a person that knows the industry. A qualified professional will check out every factor to determine the best unit for your house, including the environment and temperature variations of your community.
Carmel Valley temperatures are interesting becuase the community is not too far inland and therefore doesn’t get the extremes like Poway and Rancho Penasquitos, but it can still get hot days – much hotter than Del Mar, which seems to get a cool breeze from the coast. The best thing to do if you live in Carmel Valley is to call an HVAC contractor to come out and take a look at your home. They will probably have a solid recommendation for you. Not all homes are alike and some of them will have unique heating and air needs. Let’s take a look at a few of the different systems that might work well for Carmel Valley residents.
This is a way of cooling an indoor location in which a centralized element cools down and dehumidifies air flow before circulating it through the building. It usually includes a principal unit, which is normally situated outside the building because noise is created during the refrigeration cycles that cool the air and extract the humidity. A large ventilator inside the unit pushes air through ductwork in the structure which will consistently cool an entire building.The structure, or household, is often installed with return air ducts that pull air throughout filters, eliminating toxins and restoring indoor air quality. The air conditioning unit also vents to the outdoors, removing excessive heat and moisture.
These are single units that fit into windows or holes through a wall in your residence; they are self-contained units which take air externally and push it into a specified room.
Getting a ductless mini-split unit is often an great alternative for anybody who can’t afford a new central air system. Like central air, the system is “split” into an outside condenser and an indoor handling unit. A conduit links the two components. These types of systems cool a single room, simillar to window air conditioners and almost always come with a remote device to regulate settings.
Despite their name, heat pumps are a form of central air conditioning system that also offers heat. This is the all-in-one system mentioned above. It’s a automatic refrigeration system that can be reversed to either heat or cool a regulated living space. The main housing of the split system is located outdoors and makes use of ductwork to distribute hot or cold air around your home. These systems are our best sellers as a result of their capacity to regulate temperature ranges and energy conservation.
Portable AC units will be your least costly alternative for home cooling, though they’re best used for small spaces and as short-term solutions. Not a practical choice for cooling large areas, portable air conditioners aren’t a bad alternative for small working areas, garages on warm days or to offer short-term relief from the heat in small room.
Would you like a new air conditioning unit in your home? Still unclear which system is ideal for you? Speak to an Airmakers technician and we’ll resolve every concern you have. Give us a call at 858.530.1822 right now.