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Picking the Best Kind of Ac for Your Home

Depending on the type of home you live in, there is a type of AC that better suits your cooling needs. Each air conditioner is different, so these are a few factors you should consider when determining what is the best kind of AC for your home.

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Which AC Is Best For Me?

It’s important to remember that all AC’s have the same basic parts, but they come in different sizes, efficiencies, and power levels. Knowing what needs your home requires will help you determine which AC to choose.

Window AC’s

These units fit in window frames and are best for cooling a single room or small area. Although they’re very budget friendly and easy to install, they aren’t always energy efficiency if you need to cool an entire home.

Portable AC’s

These units work by pulling in warm air, cooling it, and recirculating it while pushing excess warm air back outside. They often are used in conjunction with central AC system to cool more stubborn rooms and can also be removed for the winter months.

Split/Ductless AC’s

These are often used in smaller homes and apartments since they’re easy to install and good for cooling smaller areas. They often use a wireless remote to control the temperature, making them convenient to operate.

Central AC

Central AC is your best option if you need to cool a large area or multi-room home. They’re also good for those who suffer from allergies since you can replace the filters as much as you need. It’s best to consult an HVAC technician for help in determining what size is best for your home.

If you need help determining what the best kind of AC is for you, contact Wahl Family Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing. We’re equipped with the knowledge to evaluate your home and offer our suggestion of what will best suit your needs. For more information or to schedule a service, call us 412-276-9245.

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