Air Conditioning Explained

Air Conditioning terms can sometimes be confusing so we’ve broken down some of the key phrases that you might hear when looking into purchasing a Air Conditioning system for your home or business. 


Air conditioners are often associated with keeping environments cool, but they will provide heating as well. You can enjoy a constant temperature all year round, no matter what the outside temperature. It is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional heating because it takes energy from the outside air and brings it inside.


Of course air conditioners also provide cooling during hotter weather, offering precise temperature control. You can always create a comfortable climate, with the right temperature. Not only does it create comfort, it makes you feel fresh and active whatever the conditions outdoors.


Air conditioners produce clean, healthy air. Indoor units are equipped with filters that take dust, pollen, smoke and other allergens from the air. The level of filtration can be increased if required.


In cooling mode an air conditioner dehumidifies the air. Correct humidity levels limit the growth of dust mites and moulds, which has a positive effect on allergy sufferers. 40% to 60% humidity is a comfortable level for humans, which also ensures a longer life of your house and appliances.


Ventilation can be integrated in to the air conditioning system. It extracts the inside air and pushes in fresh, conditioned air from outside. When the air conditioning is turned off, the ventilation can work independently. Ventilation systems can also be installed without the air conditioning installation.

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