Air Conditioners & Handlers

Do You Know HOW Your Air Conditioning System Actually Keeps You Comfortable?

Your home’s air conditioner works by cycling the warm air in your home through the evaporator coil (located in your air handler). The air is cooled in the coils by freon, which is then pumped back through your duct work and into your home.  This is a continuous process that repeats until your thermostat is satisfied.

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If your HVAC system is more than 10-12 years old, it is using a freon called R-22. This freon is being phased out rapidly by the government, directly affecting everyone from manufacturers to contractors to you, the homeowner. It has been replaced by a more eco-friendly freon, R410-A,which is in all equipment manufactured after 2007. This new R410-A equipment is more energy efficient, with up to 20 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating).

Thanks to the technologies available in new HVAC systems, replacing your old unit with a new Energy Star rated system can save you up to 20% of your current cooling (and heating) costs. TRANE High Efficiency Units can save you money on heating and cooling costs.

The Right Air Handler Is Important To Your Whole House Heating and Cooling Solution. Trust AirRight, Inc. to Make Your Air Right

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AirRight, Inc Services, Repairs and Installs Air Handlers for All Major Brands of Heating & Cooling Systems

An air handler is a vital part of your heating and cooling system. Whether you have a straight AC system or a heat pump, the air handler is the key component in regulating your home’s temperature. It is important your air handler and accompanying duct work are installed and sealed correctly, as improper installation and sealing can increase your energy bills drastically!

The size of the air handler is just as important as how it’s installed- in most cases, changing the size of the air handler by just 1/2 Ton can increase your SEER rating by 1-2 points!

In the past few years, HVAC manufacturers have made huge improvements to the quality and capabilities of their air handlers. By installing a “Variable Speed” air handler, you can further reduce your energy costs by better controlling when and how hard your unit runs, which also increases your unit’s life expectancy!

AirRight Inc will design your system and recommend the best air handler for your needs.