Most homes need some form of air conditioning during the summer season. Central air conditioning units are the most prevalent, but portable or ductless air conditioners are also popular. In hot, dry areas, swamp coolers are used. Not only do they cool the home, they also humidify the air.
The Typical Central Air Conditioner
Central air conditioners are usually built into most conventional homes during initial construction. These are made up of an evaporator coil (situated in the furnace), a condenser unit (on a small slab or cinder blocks outside the home), and the ductwork (the air distribution system).
But some dwellings don’t need all this horsepower. There’s no sense in investing in a large system for the homeowner or condo dweller who only experiences a short, mild summer. There are some good alternatives for this situation.
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