AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES IN OGDEN
Need A New Air Conditioner in Ogden?
Looking for a new air conditioning system can be confusing and frustrating especially if you are looking to make a fast decision to get your home cooled down fast. We want to make sure that you are well informed of all the options. Each option will have its own pros and cons so making sure you get the best option to suit not only your current situation but also having your best interest long term in mind. When we come out to give you a quote we will make sure our HVAC Professional Servicemen go over everything in detail with you. Here are a few pointers to go over and keep in mind as well.
Some units are going to cost more, however these units are High Efficiency ac units that may save you money in the long run. These Higher efficiency units are also more likely to come with government incentives and larger rebates. The government typically offers these rebates and incentives because you are helping with the high power demands in the mid-summer and helping to lower the stress of your local power plant. These incentives can be offered by the local government and utility companies or offered federally or state wide. These air conditioning incentives change frequently so we will be able to help you see what your current options are for your area.
What system is best for you and what options do you have?
Central Air Conditioning
Central air is a great option for keeping the entire house cool on one system. The most common central air conditioning system is the split system with ducts. This ac system has the fan-and-coil system inside the home and the condenser outside. Most of these systems work hand in hand with your furnace so you only have one fan system inside the home.
Ductless Air Conditioning System
There is another great option if you are wanting to personalize room temperatures to save on the usage of your ac unit or if your home can not accommodate the space for duct work. Also if you are worried about the cost to install central air with no existing ductwork. Ductless ac systems are available and may even be a better option for you. These systems have the capability to personally adjust each room temperature individually.
Swamp cooler or Evaporative coolers
Swamp coolers work great in the right environment and Utah is the perfect place for them. Swamp coolers or evaporative coolers seem to work best in 60% humidity levels or less. Humidity tends to be higher in the mornings but Utah stays below 60% humidity all summer long, making swamp coolers and evaporative coolers a great option. There are two types to consider when looking for a evaporative system. Window or roof units are going to be more powerful and create cooling for the entire home or apartment. Swamp coolers are connected to a water source and do not need daily attention however they do need to be winterized with a few simple steps. Evaporative coolers are typically the in house portable units that you add water into the water storage compartment on the unit.