Central Air Conditioning System

Central Air Conditioning Operation

Central air conditioning units are located outside of the home and are designed to generate cool air that is distributed to the interior rooms through ductwork.

central ac unitsA large compressor unit outside the home drives the process with a coil filled with refrigerant that enters an air handler unit inside the home and into an evaporator coil which cools the air. That cooled air is pushed out into the interior rooms thru the ventilation ductwork by a fan in the air handler.

Popular Brands of Air Conditioners

Some of the more popular brands are: Carrier A/C, Bryant Air Conditioners, Goodman Air Conditioners, Lennox Air Conditioners, Trane Air Conditioners, Rheem Air Conditioners, American Standard Air Conditioners, and York Air Conditioners

Home Air Conditioning System Research

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System Installation and Replacement

When the day arrives that it’s time to replace your old air conditioning system Contact Taylor Mechanical. We will help you select the right air conditioner unit and get it installed with minimal interruption by our qualified A/C technicians. Your new Air Conditioning unit will provide cooling comfort and be energy efficient for years to come.

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Air Conditioning System FAQs

15-20 Years, IF it has been maintained on a regular basis. A/C units become less and less efficient after 10 years.

Refrigerant leaks, electric sensor problems, clogged drains, and coils freezing

The replacement of the unit’s compressor motor

Change or clean filters, check electronics, clean condenser and evaporator coils, check for leaks. 

The recommendation is to ONLY cover the top and not the sides, to prevent unwanted debris from entering the unit.

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