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Dec 15 2014

Do You Know What the Best HVAC System is for Your Home? Here's Some Expert Advice

Learn what it takes to create the best HVAC system for your unique needs.

Comfort Services explaining HVAC system

Most existing homes in the South come equipped with an air conditioner, and the decision to add a furnace to the mix usually requires a little consideration. Many homes in cooler climates need powerful furnaces to fight against the cold, and their owners don’t even think twice about it.

However, here in South Carolina, you have a great option when it comes to heat in the winter: a split system. If you are in the market for a new HVAC system, keep reading to discover expert advice about building the best HVAC system for your home.

A split system is one of the most common types of HVAC systems. While most people focus on the air conditioner part of these systems, the heating component – a furnace or heat pump – is critical for keeping you warm for the colder half of the year.

A split system has three main components: a metal cabinet kept outdoors that contains the condenser and compressor, while an indoor cabinet houses the evaporator coil. The third part, an air handler, is usually inside the furnace or heat pump so it can send warmed air through the existing duct system.

Today’s split systems are extremely efficient at warming homes during cold winters – especially in the South’s milder winters. They are also compatible with existing air conditioners and thermostats. This makes them an excellent choice for creating the best HVAC system for most homes.

Comfort Services is a proud Premier Lennox Dealer and an American Standard Premier Dealer. We are also able to install split systems from other major brands such as Carrier, Fujitsu, Coleman and Whirlpool. No matter what split system you purchase, Comfort Services installation technicians will work hard to ensure your comfort and satisfaction.

Schedule your appointment today to create the best HVAC system for your home.

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