An air conditioning system requires three main parts (or units) the outdoor unit called a condenser, an evatorator coil and an indoor unit called a furnace or air handler. The outdoor condensing unit condenses the refrigerant and sends it back to the indoor unit to gather heat from the home and send it outside. The system is actually taking heat out of the home. With a properly sized system and a professionally installed duct system the summers can be efficiently comfortable.
The southwest region is still cooled with evaporative type cooling called swamp coolers. The majority of structures can get down around 18 degrees
lower then ambient, but the effect on the body is still somewhat sticky due to the humid air being introduced. The solution is called a refrigerated air conversion.
The conversion is a simple process for most homes and utilizes the existing duct system. Residential homeowners are starting to realize that modern air conditioners
are very energy efficient and the utility bill for refrigerated is not much more then evaporative.
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