Skip navigation

Serving Middle Georgia Since 2001

Middle Georgia's Choice

Family-Owned & Operated Since 2001


Premier Heating & Air Blog

Your Options For Your Next Air Conditioner

As summer gets closer and closer, it becomes increasingly apparent that you need a good AC in your house to keep cool. Swelteringly hot and humid days in this part of Georgia often prove to be too much for window ACs to handle. And you shouldn’t have to spend your free time seeking out cool air outside of your home.

If you are tired of fighting to stay comfortable during the summer, you should schedule an air conditioning installation in Dublin to get an effective, efficient system in your home. Modern systems are able to provide better control over your home comfort without using an excessive amount of energy.

Let’s look at what your options are for your upcoming AC installation.

These are the main systems you are going to need to select from when choosing your next air conditioner.

Central Air Conditioners

Central AC systems are like the classic cars of air conditioners. They’ve been around a long time, can handle some hefty cooling demands, and are good at getting the job done.

Today, central ACs also can come in new forms, such as inverter systems or Variable Refrigerant Flow systems. These newer versions are able to cool your home even more efficiently while still offering the power and reliability central systems are adored for.

If you are hoping to get a central AC, you’ll have to have ductwork in place along with enough physical space for the indoor and outdoor units.

Heat Pump Mini Splits

Heat pumps are the newer type of air conditioner that took the classic approach to cool your home and went a step further.

A heat pump mini split still cools your home using refrigerant to transfer heat. However, heat pumps contain what is known as a “reversing valve.” This allows them to reverse their flow of refrigerant to bring heat into the home. Yes, that’s right, this one system serves as both your AC and your heater.

Heat pumps can provide year-round comfort for your home, offer incredible efficiency, use ducts to distribute the air they produce, and take up a little less space than central AC units do.

Ductless Heat Pumps

Last but certainly not least we have ductless systems, also known as ductless heat pumps. Ductless systems are a kind of heat pump that uses multiple air handlers installed throughout the house to provide comfort. Connected to the outdoor condenser with refrigerant and condensate conduits, ductless systems can reliably cool (or heat) your home without the need for ductwork.

Ductless systems are ideal for those living in homes that are too small or old for ducts and are in need of year-round comfort solutions. What’s more, these are great for anyone looking for another way to improve their indoor air quality as they won’t encounter the issues created by dirty ductwork.

We can help you find the best brand, size, and features for your next system. Whatever kind of AC system you need, you can count on us to provide the support that keeps that system running right.

Contact Premier Heating & Air for your system installation and Experience the Premier Difference.

Comments are closed.