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Choosing the Right Air Conditioner  

Air Conditioner Replacement

Air Conditioner Installation

Air Conditioner Service

Is it difficult to choose the correct Air Conditioner for your home in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, St. Johns, Yulee, or Fernandina Beach? Yes… It can be a very costly decision.  If you are steered wrong or convinced that a cheaper unit is the way to go, an Air Conditioner might end up costing you thousands. 
 
Split central air conditioners may be an industry standard in the residential sector, but it is not the only type of system available. There’s no single “best” air conditioning system, and there’s definitely going to be one that best suits your needs. We just need to help you find the best one that would suit your needs.

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING

Central Air Conditioners circulates cool air through supply and return ducts. Supply ducts and registers, which are in the wall or floors, carry cooled air into the home. Warm air may have to be warmed, then circulated back into the supply ducts and registers where it will then be transported back to the air conditioner.

DUCTLESS, MINI-SPLIT AIR CONDITIONER

Ductless, Mini-Split systems are common in parts of the home that have been retrofitted. These systems have an outdoor compressor/ condenser and an indoor handling unit.

WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER

Window Air Conditioners are compact units that cool only one particular room.

PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER

Portable air conditioner units take air from the room and cool’s it, directing it back into the room, simultaneously venting any warm air outside by means of an exhaust hose.

HYBRID AIR CONDITIONERS

Hybrid heat pump systems alternate between fossil fuels and using electricity to run. The system intelligently chooses between the two energy sources in order to save money and energy.

GEOTHERMAL HEATING & COOLING

Geothermal energy is sustainable, energy efficient, and has a long lifespan.
FOR A MORE IN-DEPTH LOOK INTO THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS, CHECK OUT THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S INFOGRAPHIC
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