What Type of A/C Is Right for Your Home?
For many homeowners, determining what kind of A/C unit is right for your home can be challenging, especially if you’re not familiar with your options. Whether you’re moving into a new home, making updates on a current one, or building a home from scratch, choosing the right A/C system can be a make-or-break decision for your household.
After learning more throughout this blog, you’ll gain a better understanding of the options available to you, the benefits of each, and how we can help easily install either choice you make. Let’s take a deeper dive into your options and the benefits to both systems!
What Is a Ductless Air Conditioning System?
A ductless air conditioning system is a compact unit designed to heat and cool individual spaces within your home. The exterior unit is outside the house and draws in air through one or two different vents. The system requires no ductwork, so homes without ductwork can benefit from a system like this.
Ductless air conditioning systems are easy to operate and maintain as well. All you need to do is set the desired temperature on your unit, and the air conditioner will take it from there.
Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning
With simplicity, cost-efficiency, and more top of mind, here are a few additional benefits to why ductless air conditioning systems might work better with your specific needs. In addition, you should also be considering the design of your home as well!
- Compact design
- Can be used to cool individual rooms and spaces
- Flexible coverage
- Most models offer supplementary heating
- Excellent for homes without existing ductwork
- Can be installed in detached areas like garages, workshops, guest homes, etc.
What Is a Central Air Conditioning System?
Central air conditioning is an A/C system that cools the air throughout your home at one central location. As air flows through your home, a central air conditioning unit will filter and cool it to a temperature of your family’s choosing, helping you stay comfortable on the hottest days in Pennsylvania.
Additionally, there are typically one or more thermostats installed inside your home that help control the interior temperature and allow you to make temperature changes conveniently. If your goal is to keep cool air constantly flowing, then this might be the best option for you.
Benefits of Central Air Conditioning
Installing central air has various benefits and very few disadvantages. The decision ultimately comes down to whether you’re in a home with ductwork rather than an older one that doesn’t have any ductwork. Here are a few important details to consider when it comes to central air conditioning:
- Whole-home cooling
- Reduced humidity levels
- Cleaner air for your home
Related Post: What’s the Difference between Central and Ductless A/C?
Contact Us Today For A Free Quote
If you’re still unsure about which option would be better for you or just looking to get a quote, call us at (717)-236-5031 or visit our website. At Eshenaurs, we’ll be sure to provide expert advice with your needs in mind and figure out which system is better for your home. Let’s make this decision together!