These systems are located on the outside of your home and keep all the noise associated with air conditioning systems out of your ears. The compressors and condensers are installed in such a way that they push refrigerant through the machine and into the air conditioning unit which is then processed inside, into cool air. Similar to a central air system, these units can double as heaters during the fall and winter. This makes the Split air conditioning systems highly valuable to any home or property owner throughout the entire year in New Jersey.
Split system air conditioners are the most common units in residential areas. They are made up of two units; an outside unit, the compressor, and an inside air outlet unit. They are connected by pipes that carry refrigerant, which work together to keep the air cool. However, these units can be used for both cooling and heating. These repairs must be completed by a technician that holds a complete refrigeration and air conditioning license.
One of the more common concerns with a Split system is your quality of air inhaled and exhaled inside the home or facility. Many are troubled by the idea of air coming directly from outside and into the room through a unit similar to a window unit. However, split systems are well known for using state of the art filtration technology in order to keep your indoor climate as comfortable as possible. Atlantic HVAC & Plumbing are highly trained in the art of installing split systems as well repairing them. If you are in need of a split system repair, installation, or replacement service, please call us as soon as possible.