What is HVAC?
HVAC stands for "heating, ventilation, and air conditioning". Your HVAC system is what's responsible for making your home air temperature comfortable!
In winter, your HVAC system heats your home. In summer, your HVAC system cools your home.
How often should our HVAC system be checked?
Your HVAC system should be checked at least once a year. Twice a year can be ideal to lower repair costs and ensure your heater works for the winter and your AC works for the summer.
Annual inspections and tune-ups can ensure your HVAC system can get you and your family through the year comfortably. It prevents your air conditioning or heating from breaking down or from spiking your electricity or gas bills. Count on our Branson heating and air company to help keep you breathing easy all year round.
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Looking to get started with our Branson heating and cooling services? Schedule service online or call us today!
Which air conditioning system is best for my home?
Two of the most popular air conditioning systems are:
- Central air conditioning systems
- Ductless mini-split air conditioners
You're probably the most familiar with central air conditioning systems. But perhaps you've heard about ductless mini-splits and wonder what the "hype" is about. Below we list some benefits of each system!
Central Air Conditioning
Central air conditioning systems are:
- Ideal if your home has existing ductwork
- The most efficient way to cool your whole home
- Great at lowering your energy bills
Ductless mini-splits are becoming more popular! These are "ductless" so you wouldn't need ducts installed.
Each mini-split has two components:
- The indoor air handler unit, and
- The outside compressor unit
The indoor units would be mounted to your walls - so you'll need to account of how they'll look aesthetically.
Ductless mini-splits are:
- Ideal if your home doesn't have ductwork
- Ideal if you have a smaller home
- Virtually noise-free
- Very energy efficient
- Able to cool and heat your home
Each room has its own mini-split and remote control. Unlike central air, you can choose which rooms you want to cool and heat.
Either option will accomplish your main goal of cooling your home and keeping you comfortable. It can get confusing when we get into the details of HVAC systems, but our experienced Branson air conditioning pros can help you decide which system is best for your home!
If you're in need of AC or furnace repair in Branson, contact Aire Serv of Branson or request an appointment online!