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Are you looking for air conditioning units for your home or apartment complex? Hales Corners Heating and Air Conditioning has you covered. Whatever your needs are, we can install the exact air conditioning unit that is beneficial to you, your living situation.
Choosing an air conditioner for your home is an important decision. Comfort, energy efficiency and cutting down your bills are all important factors.
Ductless Mini Split
A ductless mini split system are a good retrofit heating solution for houses that don’t have non-ducted heating systems. These systems are compatible with hydronic, radiant panels and space heaters.
These systems are also useful for rooms that cannot sustain an installation of ductwork or rooms that only require a small space to be heated. These systems are “split” because they have two components: an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit.
This system has several advantage, such as they’re small in size and flexible to work with just about any type of room. Since each zone of a building can be individually controlled by a thermostat, this save energy and money. Since our ductless mini split systems are ductless, they avoid the potential loss of energy commonly associated with ductwork. If a ductwork is improperly installed or sealed, 30% or more of energy consumption is wasted.
Rooftop Air Conditioners
Rooftop air conditioners are very popular and cool more than half of American’s small commercial buildings from hospitals to restaurants to office buildings to schools. What is the purpose of a rooftop air conditioner? One main reason is that it is out of the way and therefore, doesn’t look unattractive to the typical customer.
The most common type of rooftop air conditioner uses duct work to distribute the cooling air around the building. However, there are options for mini-duct and mini-split air conditioning systems. Rooftop air conditioning systems are also beneficial for buildings that receive a minimal amount of direct sunlight during mid-day. They’re very efficient and effective if installed properly.