Different Types of Air ConditionerYou have several options of cooling systems to choose from. If you would like to cool down your entire home, a central air conditioner, split system or heat pump would be best. If you only want to cool a certain area, a room air conditioner can be mounted in a window or on a wall. Lastly, ductless mini-split systems are ideal for homes that don't have existing ductwork and operate similar to a window air conditioner.
Cleaning and Maintaining Your Air Conditioner
An air conditioner's components require cleaning and maintenance for the unit to function properly. Clogged filters can reduce your system's efficiently and increase your energy bill. Your unit's evaporator and condenser coils also collect debris, so they should be cleaned regularly as well. You can usually perform this type of routine maintenance yourself, but for more difficult problems like bent coil fins and blocked drain channels, you should always call a professional.
Evolution® System Central Air Conditioner
Our top of the line system for total home air conditioning, the Evolution Central Air Conditioner, delivers the ultimate in whole-home comfort with our highest SEER rating to ensure the finest in energy efficiency and economical performance.
Preferred™ Series Central Air Conditioner
With our Preferred Series Central Air Conditioner, you can cut your utility bills, yet still enjoy reliable whole-home comfort. With an up to 16.5 SEER rating, this unit delivers energy efficient, economical operation that's as quiet as running your dishwasher.
Legacy™ Line Central Air Conditioner
Cool and heat your home with the high efficiency Legacy Line Air Conditioner. This model provides low-cost cooling for your home with an up to 16 SEER rating.
Signature® Collection SL18XC1 Single-Stage Air Conditioner
Elite® Series XC14 Air Conditioner
Elite® Series XC13 Air Conditioner
Merit® Series 13ACX Air Conditioner
MS7C Mini-Split Air Conditioner