The pros at Rabe Hardware know that when purchasing a new air conditioning system, the amount of options and variables that must be considered can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why our expert Comfort Consultants will help you decide what options will best fit your needs and budget. While you may think that one air conditioning system is the same as the next, there are actually some significant differences between the various types. When you’re making your selection, you will want to make sure the system you purchase is sized appropriately for your home or business, to maintain your preferred level of comfort while avoiding inflated energy bills. For more information, contact your home comfort headquarters – Rabe Hardware!
Central Air Conditioning
A central air conditioning system is the largest type of system available. Central air, as it is also known, is generally seen in large structures such as a home or office building. With central air conditioning, the central unit is usually located outdoors or in an isolated area of a building. The central unit connects to ductwork which runs throughout the building, with blowers pushing cold air out of the ducts to cool down rooms. The air conditioner also vents to the outdoors to eliminate excess heat and moisture.
Packaged Air Conditioning
Lennox packaged rooftop units represent some of the most innovative technology in the market. Combining industry-leading efficiency with fast, easy installation and service, Lennox continues to offer reliable systems that deliver exceptional comfort in commercial buildings. A broad range of ENERGY STAR® qualified units help control energy expenses for low total cost of ownership while delivering exceptional IAQ.
Ductless Mini-Split systems make good retrofit add-ons to houses with “non-ducted” heating systems or for relatively small areas. Mini-Split systems have two main components: an outdoor compressor/condenser, and an indoor air-handling unit. A ductless mini-split is great for conditioning individual rooms and has flexibility when it comes to zone cooling.