Maryland Air Conditioning Units from First Response
Air conditioners take quite a bit more engineering and complications to operate rather than heating units. Where energy generates simple heat for furnaces, the opposite effect is being achieved for air conditioning units. With air conditioners, the objective is to remove warm air from an area and distribute it outside. By having to work twice as hard, these units require additional power and maintenance for optimal working order. Here are a few of the types of air conditioning systems we install and maintain.
Central Air Conditioners
The most common types of air conditioning units in today’s homes are central air conditioners. These units use a compressor unit located outside your home to move air in and out of your house. Air passes over coils filled with refrigerant before being distributed throughout your home through air ducts. As fans pass the cool air through your home, the hot air is exchanged outside from your compressor unit. Often times, your central air conditioner will use the same fans and ducts as your central heating unit, saving on space.
Geothermic Air Conditioning Pumps
Heat and air conditioning pumps work as two-way air conditioners and heaters. In the winter, they move warm air through your home. In the summer, they operate oppositely, cooling off your home with the stored air. First Response Heating and Cooling specializes in installing and maintaining geothermal heat pumps. These systems are environmentally friendly, energy saving, and allow you to use natural resources for heating a cooling, resulting in a smaller carbon footprint. If you feel your home qualifies for installation, or are interested in learning more, call our knowledgeable staff today!
Your Air Conditioning Experts
No matter the type of air conditioning unit you have in your home or wish to install, First Response Heating & Cooling has you covered. Our wide range of knowledge paired with our expert technicians ensures that your home will be cooled to perfection. As new technology emerges, so does our coverage of better air conditioners. We stay up to date on all matters regarding cooling off your home. Call today with any questions you have and learn about how we can better serve you.