When we mention “HVAC” it involves heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. These are all the different parts that are involved in keeping your home comfortable throughout the year. But for now, we want to focus just on the cooling HVAC system options that you have for your home.
Whether you are looking for a new AC system for your home or you need a system to replace an aging unit, you’ll need the help of a professional HVAC company, Lynnwood, WA. Only a trained pro like the ones at G & S Heating Cooling & Electric can get your new air conditioner set up the way it needs to be. All you need to do is choose from some of these options so we know which system to install:
Your Cooling HVAC System Options
These are the different cooling HVAC systems that you can choose from to have us install.
- Central Air Conditioners: Central air conditioning systems are great systems for your home’s cooling needs. They use an outdoor condenser unit and an indoor evaporator unit to create cold air that is then pumped through a home’s ductwork. Known for providing nice even cooling throughout the house, modern central AC units are also quite energy efficient.
- Heat Pump Mini Splits: Not sure you have the room for a central air conditioner? Then a heat pump mini split may be a great option for you. Called a mini split because it uses that outdoor/indoor split cooling system, a heat pump saves space by replacing an indoor unit with air handlers instead. Heat pumps are able to provide great comfort year-round and can do so while operating very efficiently.
- Ductless Air Conditioners: A ductless HVAC system can be a great comfort option for your home as well. This is especially true if you have old ductwork that you are ready to part with rather than continuing to pay for upkeep. Ductless air conditioners offer you all the benefits of an energy-efficient heat pump but take away the need to deal with dirty ductwork which can actually make them even more efficient.
- Geothermal Heat Pumps: Last but not least, we want you to know about geothermal heat pump systems. Geothermal systems use the steady temperatures within the Earth’s crust to keep your home comfortable. This means you can keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter in an extremely efficient manner. Installation of this system can be on the more expensive side but the coil that goes under your home will last upwards of 50 years.
Whatever HVAC system you choose for your home, you need to make sure that it matches your comfort needs first and foremost. You also need to make sure that it is installed by a professional HVAC technician. Only a trained professional will be able to get this job done properly, while an amateur will put your comfort at risk with a poor installation that can end up leading to an early replacement.
Contact G & S Heating Cooling & Electric for your HVAC system installation needs.