Air conditioning in NH

Which Air Conditioning System is Best For My Home?

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There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to home air conditioning systems, so which one is the best to use? The answer depends on a multitude of factors, with each system coming with their own set of benefits and considerations. The team at Air Design is a leading source for all things air conditioning in NH, helping customers determine the best system for their unique needs and wants. Here are a few of the different air conditioning systems Air Design offers, and the benefits that each one provides to help you determine the best fit for your home.

Hybrid Systems

Hybrid heating and cooling systems, or duel fuel systems combines both options into one singular unit. A furnace is connected to a heat pump rather than an A/C unit, and automatically heats or cools your home depending on the temperature settings that you choose. This efficient system can you save a significant amount on your winter heating bills, and keep your home comfortable through the ever changing New England weather.

Central Air Conditioning

The central air conditioning systems found at Air Design hold the highest SEER efficiency ratings, as well as the being some of the quietest systems currently available on the market. The team of experts at Air Design can install a central air conditioning system at your home, in order to provide an even and consistent supply of cool and comfortable air throughout all of your indoor living spaces.

Ductless Systems

Ductless air conditioning systems are perfect for when you are looking to cool a specific area or multiple rooms in the same vicinity of your home, without the hassle of ductwork installation. Ductless systems take the hassle out of using window A/C units, but are more cost efficient and less work than are required with central air systems. Ductless systems are a great option for those looking to cool only one area, rather than the entire home at once.

High Velocity A/C

Last but not least is thigh velocity A/C systems. These are best suited for older multi-story homes in which the extensive ductwork of traditional systems are impractical or forbidden. High Velocity A/C combines both the benefits of ductless and central systems, and provides a drier source of cool air, using a method known as aspiration. This creates a thorough circulation of the ambient air in the room with the cool forced air, providing a consistent and comfortable environment in your home.

For more information about air conditioning in NH, or which system is best for your home, contact Air Design Services Inc. at 603-883-7197.