Whether it is installing your first air conditioning system or replacing an existing air conditioning unit our qualified estimators and technicians will make sure that you get the best air conditioning system to match with your existing indoor furnace.
The reason is simple: a whole new generation of central air conditioning systems that feature higher efficiencies for lower utility bills, variable speed fans for quieter operation, and programmable thermostats for better temperature control.
If you find yourself thinking about this type of project, a question you're probably asking is, "How easy is it to install central air conditioning in an older home?"
According to the Trane Home Comfort Institute, the answer depends on your existing heating system. If it is a "forced air" type, which has a blower and ducts, then addition of central air conditioning could be fairly simple.
All that's required is the addition of an indoor cooling coil to your furnace, an outdoor condensing unit, and the proper thermostat. Modification or replacement of the furnace blower and existing ducts may be necessary if they're too small or inadequate.
If your existing heating system uses steam or hot water, there are no ducts or a central blower. In this case, ductwork will have to be installed in the attic, basement or ceiling.
Please click here to visit the Trane website for an extensive list of the air conditioning units that are available. If you are interested in another brand please contact our offices directly to see if we are the right match for your installation needs.