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Air Conditioners to Consider for Installation in Your Home

Has the time come to replace your old, inefficient air conditioning system? Are you in need of a brand new AC for a brand new home? Whatever your reason for considering your air conditioning installation options, know that G&S Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Inc. is here to ensure that your new air conditioner is the perfect fit for your home, its cooling needs, and your personal usage preferences. Give us a call today to get started. When you work with the professional air conditioning installation experts on our staff, you can count on cooling your home in an efficient and effective manner. Contact us for more details or to schedule your air conditioning installation in North Seattle with an experienced team that you can trust to do the job right. 

Types of Air Conditioners to Consider

  • Central Air Conditioners: The traditional, split central air conditioner still reigns supreme in the world of whole-house cooling. It is not difficult to understand why. By using refrigerant to absorb heat from the air in your home, then dispersing that heat outdoors while redistributing the cooled air throughout your household, central air conditioners offer effective and reliable cooling. Still, there are a lot of other contenders to the throne to consider.
  • Heat Pumps: A heat pump works in much the same fashion as a central air conditioning system. However, it is able to reverse its refrigerant cycle in order to heat your home as well. It does this by drawing in ambient heat from the outdoor air, compressing the heated refrigerant, and using the thermal energy in order to heat one’s home very efficiently.
  • Geothermal Cooling Systems: A geothermal system works exactly like a heat pump, but it draws heat from the ground when heating a home, and sinks heat into the ground when cooling your household. This allows for the exceptional efficiency of a heat pump, while also giving you further peace of mind in the winter. Temperatures beneath the ground are pretty constant, so you won’t have to worry about severe fluctuations impacting the geothermal system’s heating output. During the summer, it is a powerful ally in cooling any home.
  • Ductless Mini Splits: As with geothermal systems, ductless mini splits are also able to utilize heat pump technology in order to both heat and cool homes. However, they do not require air ducts in order to distribute conditioned air throughout a house. Instead, individual blowers are used, allowing for easy zone control and eliminating the risk of air loss from damaged ductwork. Let us help you to decide which air conditioner is the best fit for your needs.

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