Trying to find a new air conditioning unit? With more than 20 years of expertise and some of the finest customer reviews of any HVAC provider, Airmakers would like to help you choose the best air conditioning unit for your home. It’s important to give thought to factors such as dependability, warranties, unit integrity and budget. The climate and temperature extremes of the area also play a considerable role.
With a moderate climate, Mission Hills doesn’t get too hot or too cold, but residents there will still need a reliable HVAC system. The area has much older homes than many of the other San Diego communities. It’s heating and air requirements are much like Bankers Hill, Pill Hill (which San Diego old timers remember that name?) and Hillcrest. Let’s take a look at some units that could be ideal for your home if you live in any of these old San Diego communities.
This is a way of cooling an indoor space where a centralized unit cools down and dehumidifies air before circulating it through the structure. It usually incorporates a primary unit, which is usually situated outside of the building because noise is generated during the refrigeration cycles that cool the air and extract the humidity. A large ventilator inside the system pushes air through ductwork within the structure which will evenly cool the entire building.The area, or household, is often fitted with return air ducts that push air throughout filters, removing toxins and improving indoor air quality. The air conditioning unit also vents to the outdoors, eradicating surplus heat and moisture.
These are single units that fit into windows or holes through a wall in your house; they are self-contained units that bring air from the outside and push it into a individual room.
Going ductless can be an very good alternative for anyone who cannot afford a new central air conditioning system. Like central air, the system is “split” into an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor handling unit. A conduit links the two systems. These units cool just one room at a time, just like window air conditioners and in most cases come with a handy remote control to regulate settings.
Notwithstanding their name, heat pumps are a kind of central cooling system that also incorporates heat. This is the all-in-one system named above. It’s a automatic cooling system that can be reversed to offer hot as well as cold air to a controlled living space. The main housing of the split system is located outdoors and makes use of ductwork to deliver cold or hot air through your home. These models are our best sellers because of their capability to change temperatures and energy conservation.
Portables are your cheapest option for cooling, even though they’re best used for small areas and as short-term solutions. Not a practical alternative for cooling large areas, portable air conditioners are not a bad choice for small working areas, garages on warm days or to supply temporary relief from the heat in small room.
Do you still have questions? Make sure that you’re getting the right unit for your home. Give Airmakers a call at 858.530.1822 and one of our expert technicians can help you select a high output unit that runs efficiently, cools your home quickly and quietly, but most of all, works within your tight budget.