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Q? WHAT IS AIR CONDITIONING?
A. The purpose of air conditioning is to control the filtration, air movement, temperature and humidity of an atmospheric environment. However, the more often used partial or comfort air conditioning which uses refrigeration equipment only and is therefore capable of cooling as well as dehumidifying is still referred to as air conditioning

Q? HOW DOES AN AIR CONDITIONER WORK?
A. Air conditioners perform two basic functions: heat removal and moisture removal. The lower the humidity level, the more comfortable you will feel at a given temperature. As your warm indoor air is drawn up through the filter, it passes over a very cold coil whereby the heat and moisture are removed. If you’ve ever noticed a PVC pipe running down your wall or roof that drips water, that is the moisture removed from your home.

Q? WHAT IS THE BEST TEMPERATURE TO SET FOR A COMFORTABLE ENVIRONMENT SO THAT THE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT DOESN’T HAVE TO WORK AS HARD?
A. The best temperature to set your air conditioner on cooling will be between 20 to 23 degrees and on heating mode between 25 to 28 degrees that way you can save a significant amount of energy without your system running constantly. Balance between comfort and efficiency of the system.

Q? HOW DOES REVERSE CYCLE WORK?
A. In winter the reverse cycle take heat from the outside and moves it inside. In summer it moves heat from inside to outside, providing efficient cooling & heating.

Q? MY AIR CONDITIONING UNIT WAS PURCHASED FROM SOMEONE ELSE, WILL YOU INSTALL IT?
A. Yes. We install all brands and are more than happy to install!

Q? WHAT IF I HAVE AN EXISTING AIR CONDITIONING UNIT WILL YOU SERVICE IT?
A. Yes. We service all brands and are more than happy to install!

Q? WHAT IF I FIND A CHEAPER PRICE ELSEWHERE?
A. We will certainly beat any genuine written quote that is being offered by a competitor

Q? HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT CAPACITY AIRCONDITIONER?
A. Check out our sizing calculator it will give you an approximation of what capacity unit you need.
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