Replacing Sensors on Your HVAC System

Replacing Sensors on Your HVAC System

Make The Right Choice: Why You Should Have A Split-System Air Conditioner Installed In Your Home

by Olivia Morris

Winter is almost here. Now's the perfect time to install a new air conditioner. Air conditioner installation crews aren't as busy during the winter months, which means you won't need to wait for the installation. Not only that, but a winter air conditioner installation ensures that you'll be ready to keep your home cool once summer does arrive. If your air conditioner has broken down several times in the past few years, or your air conditioner no longer has warranty protection, it's time to talk to your contractor about investing in a new system. If you're not sure what type to install in your home, talk to your contractor about installing a split-system air conditioner. Here are just three of the many benefits you'll enjoy when you choose a split-system air conditioner this winter. 

No Hot Spots

If your current air conditioner leaves your home with hot spots, talk to your HVAC contractor about installing a split-system instead. One of the problems with a traditional air conditioner is that one unit is responsible for cooling the entire home. But, this can leave your home with unwanted hot spots, which are areas that don't properly cool. Unfortunately, hot spots can be quite problematic, especially during the hottest days of summer. When you have a split-system air conditioner installed in your home, you won't need to deal with hot spots. Split-system air conditioners provide an even distribution of cool air throughout the house. 

No Duct Issues

If you plan to have a traditional air conditioner installed in your home, think about the ducts. Ducts can be a serious problem for you and for your home. First, ducts take up a lot of space, which can be a problem if they're installed in the attic. Second, ducts can be difficult to install, especially if your home has never had an air conditioner system before. Third, ducts generate a lot of dust and allergens, which can increase allergy symptoms. Because split-system air conditioners are installed without ducts, there's no worry about wasted space, installation issues or allergy complications. 

No Noise to Deal With

Finally, if your current air conditioner keeps your home cool, but the excess noise makes it difficult to relax, it's time to discuss a split-system air conditioner with your HVAC contractor. One of the great things about having a split-system air conditioner installed is that there's no noisy motor or compressor to deal with. Instead, you'll reap the benefits of a cool, quiet home. 

Contact a company like Fleming & Sons Electrical to learn more.


About Me

Replacing Sensors on Your HVAC System

Welcome to my blog which covers a wide range of HVAC topics. I'm Josh and I live in Perth, Australia. I never really used to think about the HVAC system in my home. I believed that when it was hot the HVAC system would cool me down and when it was cold it would warm my house up. However, all that changed one day when the HVAC system went crazy. It began to blow hot air into my house on the warmest day of the year. The contractor I called out said that one of the sensors had broken. He explained how I could better maintain my HVAC system so I decided to start this blog.