Installing a new air conditioning system in an older home can seem like an impossible task. While you may deal with structural challenges and other problems that aren’t an issue in newer houses, installing a new air conditioning system is a viable option for many older homes. If you’re looking to have a new air conditioning system installed in your older home, here are three potential options.
3. Ductless Systems
Ductless systems are mounted high on a wall and have an attached blower that disperses cool air throughout the home. An indoor and outdoor component are attached via tubing, which works to recycle refrigerant used in the cooling and heating process. Ductless systems essentially work like central air conditioning systems, but don’t require ductwork to be installed. This makes ductless systems great for older homes that present unique structural challenges.
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Call Energy Air in Central Florida for a New AC Install
If you’re not sure which heating and cooling system is right for your home, contact the HVAC professionals at Energy Air. Our team of experienced technicians can help you select the right system for your unique home and lifestyle. To learn more about our residential and commercial air conditioning products and services, contact us today, or schedule service online.