Central Air Conditioning Solutions for Greater Atlanta Homeowners
Central air requires refrigerant to move heat from inside your home to the outside. When the refrigerant changes from a liquid to a vapor, it lets off heat.
The evaporator coil in your HVAC system gets cooled when this happens. A blower in your central AC’s air handler forces warm air through the evaporator, where it gets cooled. The air then enters your ductwork, which distributes it throughout your home.
When your central AC gets more than 12 years old, replacing it with a newer model begins to make sense. You could cut your cooling costs by 30% or more. You could also get even more comfortable cooling throughout your entire home.
SEER Measures Efficiency – How to Understand It
“SEER,” or seasonal energy efficiency ratio, describes the efficiency of your central AC system. With a unit more than 12 years old, you likely have a SEER of 10 or less. Today, units with a rating of 16 or more are common and affordable, with 21 being the best you can find. If you upgrade a central AC with a seer of 10 to 16, that’s an instant increase of 60% in energy savings!
But, you can increase those even further because most homes in Atlanta have more opportunities for energy savings beyond simply replacing the central AC system. Your home may also benefit from air sealing its envelope, adding insulation, aerosealing ductwork, and installing a radiant barrier in your attic. You could easily increase your energy savings an additional 50%.
Should you replace your central AC system?
J.R. Bolton Services can help you make the best decision for your needs. We offer free estimates so you can learn the right central AC system that keeps you comfortable and fits your budget. And there’s no annoying sales pressure placed on you either.
Call J.R. Bolton Services at 770-268-2010 or contact us online today to schedule your free estimate.
We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Alpharetta, Gainesville, Duluth, Suwanee, Roswell, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, North Metro, Chestnut Mountain, Commerce, Braselton, and many others.
Many homes with central AC use a standard “split” system. This means you have an outdoor unit sitting on a concrete pad, with a separate indoor unit connected to the ductwork. The interior of your central AC also includes a drain line to remove the moisture that condenses out of your home’s interior air as your central AC cools it.
A dual-mode heat pump can also cool your home. Then, when heating season begins, you simply set the refrigerant cycle to reverse so your home gets help staying warm. Heat pumps provide highly efficient heating and cooling in warm climates like ours where temperatures stay above 38° most of the year.
Save money and energy today with an upgraded air conditioner
The longer you wait, the more time you stay uncomfortable and watch your savings go out the window.
So, call J.R. Bolton Services today at 770-268-2010 or contact us online to schedule your free air conditioning estimate.
We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Suwanee, Roswell, Cumming, Auburn, Alpharetta, Buford, Dacula, Chestnut Mountain, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Gillsville, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Oakwood, Braselton, Jefferson, and many others.
A split system. A conventional central air-conditioning system consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, connected by pipes that carry a refrigerant compound.