The condenser is responsible for compressing the refrigerant back into a liquid state so that it can take more heat from the structure. The fan on top of the unit brings air across the coils to send the heat from the home into the outside atmosphere. The blower inside sends heat across the indoor coils changing the refrigerant into a vapor. The vapor is sent back to the compressor to start the whole process over again. Heat is taken from the home and sent outside.
The most important thing to consider when purchasing is the SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). The higher the SEER number the more efficient the unit is at using electricity. The return on investment must be considered! If you pay $2000.00 more for a unit that saves you $5.00 per month, the unit may be old and falling apart before you see that money back. Make your selection only after carefull consideration of all the facts.
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