If it is time to replace the inside portion of your air conditioning system you will want to consider a Variable Speed or DC drive blower for your air handler or gas furnace. These blowers are much quieter and increase the cooling efficiency of your complete system.
Why a variable-speed or DC drive air handler?
- Inside the indoor portion of your air conditioner, the air handler contains the blower to distribute cooled air and the coil to remove heat from indoor air.
- With standard central air systems, the blower motor only has one speed that is either off or on. If the blower is on, it is operating at full speed and using lots of energy.
- With a variable-speed air handler, the motor is capable of varying its speed to match the air flow requirements at the time.
- At start-up, variable-speed motors gradually increase their speed from low to medium to high. This eliminates the sudden thunk when the standard blower starts.
All-round comfort and energy savings for your home and your family can be increased with a variable-speed or DC drive system – better airflow, better efficiency, less noise, and fewer “thunks” at night.
In the Corpus Christ area, Mathews CCAC Air Conditioning (Constantly Concerned About Customers) is your air conditioning, heating and indoor air quality, expert. Contact us with your questions concerning variable-speed air handlers and how they can make your home more comfortable.
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