The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Installing Central Air In A Home

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The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Installing Central Air In A Home

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Installing Central Air In A Home

13 November 2018
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Choosing an air conditioning unit can be difficult. In this day and age, there are many different choices that you can use. One of the most popular choices is central air conditioning. But installing it in your home is a huge decision to make. Luckily, this guide goes over the advantages and disadvantages associated with central air so you can make a decision with some insight.

Advantages

  • Convenient

A huge benefit to installing central air in your property is the convenience factor. Once it is installed, you can easily adjust the temperature of your home with a thermostat. Digital thermostats allow you to set the temperature to the exact degree that you want it.

  • Range

The range of central air is better than air conditioner window units. Instead of cooling only the room that the window unit is in, central air covers any room that has a vent installed in it. Vents can easily be added to any room in the home.

  • Noise

Window units can be quite noisy when they are running. Central air units make a great deal less noise, which is a huge benefit to a lot of people.

Disadvantages

  • Cost

The cost to install central air can be quite expensive. You have to purchase the unit first. If your home doesn't have the proper ventilation system, you will also need to have that installed as well. The cost for all of this can add up quickly, especially with large homes.

  • Installation

As mentioned above, you need to install the system in the home. This can take quite a long time depending on how big of a project it is. The contractor will need to run the ventilation system through all the walls and ceilings of the building. Vents will have to be added to any room, which requires cutting holes in ceilings or floors to fit the vents in.

  • Renters

People who rent and want central air will have to move into a home that already has it. Most landlords will not take the expense of adding it to your unit. You will have to make do with window units, which don't always work as well.

Conclusion

If you are ready to make the change to central air, you should contact a local HVAC contractor to schedule an installation. They will walk you through the process of installing the unit inside your home, with an estimate of how much it will cost.

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After years of dealing with an air conditioner and furnace that didn't work that well, I decided that I needed to dedicate some time to fixing the issue. Instead of continuing to guess, I realized that I needed to do something to fix things. I contacted a professional HVAC repairman, and he came out the next day to look over our issues. It was amazing to see how many issues he was able to resolve in under a few hours. Now, our home is comfortable and relaxing. This blog is dedicated to helping other homeowners to understand their HVAC issues and work towards resolving them.

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