From having a professional inspection and tune-up to understanding the importance of changing the air filter in your home cooling system, there are many ways to prepare for summer. With hotter days only a couple of weeks away, it’s important to get your centralized air conditioning system ready to keep your home cool and comfortable. Unfortunately, doing this can be complicated by the numerous myths and misconceptions surrounding centralized AC systems.
The best way to shed light on common misconceptions about ACs is to learn as much as you can about them. Let our experienced technicians at All Weather help clear up some of the misinformation about centralized air conditioning so you can be better prepared for the upcoming summer days.
Centralized Heating & Cooling Requires Remodeling
Part of any good air conditioning and furnace inspection checklist is a full check-up of the duct system. This leads many homeowners to believe that ducts are essential for centralized systems and, by extension, a major remodel is necessary just to install the ducts. However, this isn’t necessarily true any longer. Some modern models have done away with big bulky ducts in favor of smaller high-power circulation systems which don’t require that massive changes be made to your home in order to operate,
Centralized Air Conditioning Is Expensive to Run
Leaky air ducts are the number one money drain when it comes to centralized air conditioning. In reality, a system with healthy, airtight ducts actually costs just as much to operate as other comparable heating and cooling solutions. The secret is proper sizing. Consult with an HVAC professional to make sure you don’t waste too much money running your cooling system.
Centralized Systems Cannot Be Dual Purpose
Most people believe that a centralized HVAC system can function as either an air conditioner or a heater. but not both. While this myth may have had some truth at one point, newer technologies have greatly improved upon HVAC designs, allowing both heating and cooling functions to come from one system.
Discover more advantages a centralized HVAC system can bring to your home with the help of our experts at All Weather. Give us a call at (707) 447-9855 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate on new installations today. We serve homeowners in Vacaville, CA, as well as all nearby areas.