Key Things To Know Before Buying Your Orlando Central Air Conditioning Unit

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Buying a new Orlando central air conditioner can be frustrating. Here are the fundamental aspects of buying a new unit.

The basis of an Orlando central air conditioning is that it circulates cool air through a system of supply and return ducts. The supply ducts and registers carry the cooled air from the AC unit to the home. The cooled air then becomes warmer as it circulates through the home. Correspondingly, air flows back to the air conditioner through return ducts and registers.

If you’re replacing an existing air conditioner, know that your house will already have a system of ducts in place. Your contractor, like 4 Seasons Air, should make sure the ducts are still in good condition before further replacement. Make sure you let the contractor know if you have had any problems in the past like airflow and uneven cooling with your existing system.

Consider what kind of climate you are in. For example, in Florida, it is a hot and humid environment. In a climate as such, you should be looking for a high SEER because it measures how effective the air conditioner will be in the warmest weather.

What you should look for when shopping for a new Orlando central air conditioning unit.

  1. Make sure you look for a model with high efficiency. The Orlando central air conditioning is rated according to their seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER).

  2. Good value. At first, the price may scare you away, but it could save you money in the long run. Look for rebates before you buy, the savings could be a substantial amount.

  3. A commendable warranty. On average, 10 years is usually how long they should last. Some models will have a lifetime coverage on the compressor too.

At 4 Seasons Air, we highly recommend you speak to an expert when deciding on the best unit for your home, condo or apartment. We are here to help and just one phone call away! If you have any questions, call us at (407) 295-9231.

Tom Roberts