Determining the air conditioning system to purchase for your residential or commercial property in Hilton Head Island, SC and surrounding areas is not only an investment for your property, but also for your comfortability. An energy-efficient air conditioning system that's working the right way will help you maintain a cool environment during the months of summer heat, while also taking full advantage of savings in maintenance energy.
At Aeroseal of the Lowcountry, we focus on providing the most budget-friendly solutions that will solve just about any cooling issue. We have a wide range of air conditioning systems from central systems to window units and packaged terminal systems – but that's not all. In order to find the right kind of air conditioning system for your specific property, it's necessary to consider all the requirements including architecture, climate conditions, space and any other factors that need to be addressed.
We pride ourselves on carrying the most exceptional products by brands like: American Standard, Apco, Aprilaire and Coleman.
Central air conditioning systems keep the entire residential or commercial property cool by distributing cool air through a network of vents and ducts. The ducts used by the central systems, also known as ducted air conditioning systems, are also used to distribute heat during the cold winter months.
Mini-split air conditioning systems don't require ducts to distribute cooled air throughout a property, unlike central air conditioning systems. Instead, they are used to cool individual areas inside a house or building. The compressor and heat exchangers — the outdoor components of mini-split units — don’t have to be located directly behind the indoor portion, giving property owners the convenience of placing these outside components in a Hilton Head Island and surrounding areas where they will not be displayed prominently.
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Similar to window units, packaged terminal air conditioning systems are typically installed through a wall or a hole cut in the exterior wall but without an outdoor portion extending from the outside wall, and they are self-contained.
Prior to having a new air conditioner installed in your home or business, you must understand your requirements so you can compare your options. At Aeroseal of the Lowcountry, we will provide a detailed home energy audit so that you're able to maximize your energy savings and get the most from your investment.