A central air system can be a great addition to your new home. The new central HVAC system will keep your home cool and comfortable in the summer months and you may even add value to your home.
How much it costs to install central air is dependent on several factors, including the air conditioning type that you buy, its energy efficiency rating, and the square footage of your home, as well as the height of your ceilings.
Here are some facts that you need to know about installing central air, upgrading an old and inefficient air conditioner, installing a new eco-cooling system, and the all-important details on the cost to install central air into your home, helping you decide if it’s worth installing central air.
There are different types of systems. Central AC systems come in two main types: split system and a packaged system. Split systems use two main units, one outdoor and one indoors. Packaged systems have their components in one unit outside.
Your AC unit will have a seasonal energy efficiency rating (SEER) based on the relative amount of energy needed to provide a specific cooling in your home.
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