Today, many households have either split their air conditioning systems into two separate systems or intend for their systems to be split in the future. Either way, there is usually some room that needs to be made between the two units, as the new system will have a much higher total capacity. This can be done in many ways, from simply cutting a hole in the wall to completely re-designing the structure and system of the building, to the most traditional method of building a new wall energy-efficient or building a new roof over the existing split-unit system.
Air conditioners are extremely beneficial in a household. They help keep the house cool and comfortable in the summer and warm in the winter. Over the years, you have very likely dealt with a failed air conditioner and replaced it. However, through the years, you have probably discovered that you have a different model of air conditioner in your house and that one is not as efficient as you used to have.
Things to Consider
Replacing your air conditioner doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Almost all new air conditioners are more energy efficient and quieter than the ones they replaced so that they can cut your cooling bills by a lot. But, in most cases, air conditioner installation is still a fairly involved process.
There are many types of air conditioning systems, from heating and ventilation to refrigeration, and all of them have their own special needs when it comes to anything you might want to do with an HVAC system. However, not all air conditioning systems are made the same, and some of them are designed to only work with certain HVAC systems. This is particularly true when it comes to refrigeration, which requires a specific type of compressor. So, if you want to swap out your air conditioning system with a new one, you should be careful not to get a new one that won’t work with your current system.
Also, you might want to consider the following:
• How many air conditioners do you need to replace?
• How many months will it take?
• How much will it cost?
• What should you do with your old system?
The answer to these questions will greatly impact your wallet and lifestyle and should be considered before you start a new project.