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Central Air Conditioners / Heat Pumps / Gas Furnaces / 2 Stage Units - SEER 13 to SEER 25

E SERIES - Cool Only SEER 13 - 14
Quality Pledge - ONE YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Central AC System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
13
ES4BD018KA
$698
1.5
14
ES4BD018KA
$698
2.0
13
ES4BD024KB
$704
2.0
14
ES4BD024KB
$704
2.5
13
ES4BD030KB
$766
2.5
14
ES4BD030KB
$766
3.0
13
ES4BD036KB
$827
3.0
14
ES4BD036KB
$827
3.5
13
ES4BD042KB
$918
3.5
14
ES4BD042KB
$918
4.0
13
ES4BD048KB
$988
4.0
14
ES4BD048KB
$988
5.0
13
ES4BD060KB
$1161
5.0
13.5
ES4BD060KB
$1161
MODEL#
PRICE
B5BMX24KA
$548
B4VMX24KB
$823
Variable Speed
B5BMX24KA
$548
B4VMX24KB
$823
Variable Speed
B5BMX30KB
$602
B4VMX30KB
$823
Variable Speed
B5BMX36KB
$607
B4VMX36KB
$900
Variable Speed
B5BMX42KB
$671
B4VMX48KC
$959
Variable Speed
B5BMX48KC
$695
B4VMX48KC
$959
Variable Speed
B5BMX60KC
$817
B4VMX60KC
$1059
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
8KW - $78
8KW - $78
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$1310 hvac systems
$1585 hvac systems
$1316 hvac systems
$1591 hvac systems
$1446 hvac systems
$1667
$1523 hvac systems
$1816 hvac systems
$1678 hvac systems
$1966 hvac systems
$1772 hvac systems
$2036 hvac systems
$2067 hvac systems
$2309 hvac systems

F SERIES - Cool Only UPTO SEER 15
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Central AC System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
14
FS4BE018K
$1191
2.0
15
FS4BE024K
$1231
2.5
14
FS4BE030K
$1256
2.5
15
FS4BE030K
$1256
3.0
15.5
FS4BE036K
$1337
3.5
14.5
FS4BE042K
$1503
3.5
15.5
FS4BE042K
$1503
4.0
15
FS4BE048K
$1638
5.0
14
FS4BE060K
$1832
5.0
15.5
FS4BE060K
$1832
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VMX24KB
$823
Variable Speed
B4VMX24KB
$823
Variable Speed
B5BMX30KB
$602
B4VMX30KB
$823
Variable Speed
B4VMX36KB
$900
Variable Speed
B5BMX42KB
$671
B4VMX48KC
$959
Variable Speed
B4VMX48KC
$959
Variable Speed
B5BMX60KC
$817
B4VMX60KC
$1059
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$2078 hvac systems
$2118 hvac systems
$1947 hvac systems
$2168 hvac systems
$2326 hvac systems
$2263 hvac systems
$2551 hvac systems
$2686 hvac systems
$2738 hvac systems
$2980 hvac systems

***TAX CREDIT*** F SERIES - Cool Only - SEER 16
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Central AC System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
16
FS4BF024KA
$1559
3.0
16
FS4BF036KA
$1779
4.0
16
FS4BF048KB
$1999
5.0
16
FS4BF060KB
$2399
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VMX24KB
$879
Variable Speed
B4VMX36KB
$949
Variable Speed
B4VMX48KC
$999
Variable Speed
B4VMX60KC
$1099
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$2502 hvac systems
$2817 hvac systems
$3087 hvac systems
$3587 hvac systems

***TAX CREDIT*** IQ DRIVE - INVERTER- Cool Only - SEER 22-25
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Central AC System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
24.5
FS4BI024K
$3099
3.0
22
FS4BI036K
$3599
4.0
22
FS4BI048K
$3799
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VME24KB
$1589
Variable Speed
B4VME36KB
$1749
Variable Speed
B4VME48KC
$1879
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$4752 hvac systems
$5437 hvac systems
$5767 hvac systems

*** HEAT PUMP *** E SERIES UPTO SEER 14
Quality Pledge - ONE YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Heating System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
13
ET4BD018K
$898
1.5
13
ET4BD018K
$898
1.5
14
ET4BD018K
$898
2.0
13
ET4BD024K
$959
2.0
13
ET4BD024K
$959
2.0
14
ET4BD024K
$959
2.5
13
ET4BD030K
$1029
2.5
13
ET4BD030K
$1029
2.5
14
ET4BD030K
$1029
3.0
13
ET4BD036K
$1239
3.0
13
ET4BD036K
$1239
3.0
14
ET4BD036K
$1239
3.5
13
ET4BD042K
$1329
3.5
13
ET4BD042K
$1329
3.5
14
ET4BD042K
$1329
4.0
13
ET4BD048K
$1443
4.0
13
ET4BD048K
$1443
4.0
14
ET4BD048K
$1443
5.0
13.5
ET4BD060K
$1548
5.0
13.5
ET4BD060K
$1548
5.0
13.5
ET4BD060K
$1548
MODEL#
PRICE
GB5BM024KA
$548
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX24KA
$588
B4VMX24KB
$863
Variable Speed
GB5BM024KA
$534
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX24KA
$588
B4VMX24KB
$863
Variable Speed
GB5BM030KA
$556
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX30KB
$642
B4VMX30KB
$863
Variable Speed
GB5BM036KB
$610
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX36KB
$647
B4VMX36KB
$940
Variable Speed
GB5BM042KB
$628
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX42KB
$711
B4VMX48KC
$999
Variable Speed
GB5BM048KC
$702
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX48KC
$735
B4VMX48KC
$999
Variable Speed
GB5BM060KC
$780
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX60KC
$857
B4VMX60KC
$1099
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$1510 hvac systems
$1550 hvac systems
$1825 hvac systems
$1557 hvac systems
$1611 hvac systems
$1886 hvac systems
$1649 hvac systems
$1735 hvac systems
$1956 hvac systems
$1938 hvac systems
$1975 hvac systems
$2268 hvac systems
$2046 hvac systems
$2129 hvac systems
$2417 hvac systems
$2237 hvac systems
$2267 hvac systems
$2531 hvac systems
$2417 hvac systems
$2494 hvac systems
$2736 hvac systems

*** HEAT PUMP *** F SERIES UPTO SEER 16
Quality Pledge ~TEN YEAR~ FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY
Central Air Conditioner and Heating System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
13
FT4BD018K
$1254
1.5
13
FT4BD018K
$1254
1.5
14
FT4BD018K
$1254
2.0
13
FT4BD024K
$1310
2.0
13
FT4BD024K
$1310
2.0
14
FT4BD024K
$1310
2.5
13
FT4BD030K
$1352
2.5
13
FT4BD030K
$1352
2.5
14
FT4BD030K
$1352
3.0
13
FT4BD036K
$1502
3.0
13
FT4BD036K
$1502
3.0
14
FT4BD036K
$1502
3.5
13
FT4BD042K
$1695
3.5
13
FT4BD042K
$1695
3.5
14
FT4BD042K
$1695
4.0
13
FT4BD048K
$1771
4.0
13
FT4BD048K
$1771
4.0
14
FT4BD048K
$1771
5.0
13.5
FT4BD060K
$1975
5.0
13.5
FT4BD060K
$1975
5.0
13.5
FT4BD060K
$1975
MODEL#
PRICE
GB5BM024KA
$569
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX24KA
$623
B4VMX24KB
$898
Variable Speed
GB5BM024KA
$569
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX24KA
$623
B4VMX24KB
$898
Variable Speed
GB5BM030KA
$591
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX30KB
$677
B4VMX30KB
$898
Variable Speed
GB5BM036KB
$645
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX36KB
$682
B4VMX36KB
$975
Variable Speed
GB5BM042KB
$663
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX42KB
$746
B4VMX48KC
$1034
Variable Speed
GB5BM048KC
$737
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX48KC
$770
B4VMX48KC
$1034
Variable Speed
GB5BM060KC
$815
Smaller Air Handler
B5BMX60KC
$892
B4VMX60KC
$1134
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$1887 hvac systems
$1941 hvac systems
$2216 hvac systems
$1943 hvac systems
$1997 hvac systems
$2272 hvac systems
$2032 hvac systems
$2118 hvac systems
$2339 hvac systems
$2236 hvac systems
$2273 hvac systems
$2566 hvac systems
$2447 hvac systems
$2530 hvac systems
$2818 hvac systems
$2597 hvac systems
$2630 hvac systems
$2894 hvac systems
$2879 hvac systems
$2956 hvac systems
$3198 hvac systems

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
15
FT4BE018K
$1356
2.0
15
FT4BE024K
$1404
2.5
14
FT4BE030K
$1499
2.5
15
FT4BE030K
$1499
3.0
15
FT4BE036K
$1668
3.5
14
FT4BE042K
$1743
3.5
15
FT4BE042K
$1743
4.0
14
FT4BE048K
$1930
4.0
14
FT4BE048K
$1930
5.0
14
FT4BE060K
$2036
5.0
14
FT4BE060K
$2036
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VMX24KB
$898
B4VMX24KB
$898
Variable Speed
B5BMX30KB
$677
B4VMX30KB
$898
Variable Speed
B4VMX36KB
$975
Variable Speed
B5BMX42KB
$746
B4VMX48KC
$1034
Variable Speed
B5BMX60KC
$892
B4VMX48KC
$1034
Variable Speed
B5BMX60KC
$892
B4VMX60KC
$1134
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$2318 hvac systems
$2366 hvac systems
$2240 hvac systems
$2461 hvac systems
$2732 hvac systems
$2578 hvac systems
$2866 hvac systems
$2911 hvac systems
$3053 hvac systems
$3017 hvac systems
$3259 hvac systems


Central Air Conditioner and Heating System
SEER 16 units

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
16
FT4BF024KB
$1699
3.0
16
FT4BF036KA
$2199
4.0
16
FT4BF048KA
$2599
5.0
16
FT4BF060KA
$2799
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VMX24KB
$899
Variable Speed
B4VMX36KB
$999
Variable Speed
B4VMX48KC
$1099
Variable Speed
B4VMX60KC
$1159
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$2662 hvac systems
$3287 hvac systems
$3787 hvac systems
$4047 hvac systems

***TAX CREDIT*** IQ DRIVE - INVERTER- HEAT PUMP - SEER 21-22
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

Central Air Conditioner and Heating System

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
HEATER
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
22
FT4BI024K
$3995
3.0
21
FT4BI036K
$4517
4.0
21
FT4BI048K
$4779
MODEL#
PRICE
B4VME24KB
$1689
Variable Speed
B4VME36KB
$1849
Variable Speed
B4VME48KC
$1979
Variable Speed
KW/PRICE
5KW - $64
10KW - $89
10KW - $89
System Price
$5748 hvac systems
$6455 hvac systems
$6847 hvac systems

*** HORIZONTAL PACKAGE UNITS *** SEER 13
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

AC ONLY
HEAT PUMPS

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
13
P5RD024K
$1471 hvac systems
2.5
13
P5RD030K
$1566 hvac systems
3.0
13
P5RD036K
$1665 hvac systems
3.5
13
P5RD042K
$1810 hvac systems
4.0
13
P5RD048K
$1935 hvac systems
5.0
13
P5RD060K
$2015 hvac systems
TON
SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
13
Q5RD024K
$1819 hvac systems
2.5
13
Q5RD030K
$1897 hvac systems
3.0
13
Q5RD036KA
$2019 hvac systems
3.5
13
Q5RD042K
$2135 hvac systems
4.0
13
Q5RD048KA
$2250 hvac systems
5.0
13
Q5RD060K
$2355 hvac systems

*** 2 STAGE PACKAGE UNITS *** SEER 15
Quality Pledge - TEN YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

AC ONLY
HEAT PUMPS

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
15
P5RFX24K
$1767 hvac systems
3.0
15
P5RFX36K
$2136 hvac systems
4.0
15
P5RFX48K
$2465 hvac systems
5.0
15
P5RFX60K
$2690 hvac systems
TON
SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
2.0
15
Q5RFX24K
$2295 hvac systems
3.0
15
Q5RFX36K
$2457 hvac systems
4.0
15
Q5RFX48K
$2739 hvac systems

GAS FURNACE SPLIT SYSTEMS UPTO SEER 14
Quality Pledge - ONE YEAR FREE REPLACEMENT WARRANTY

CONDENSER
AIR HANDLER
COIL
FULL SYSTEM

TON

SEER
MODEL#
PRICE
1.5
14
ES4BD018KA
$699
2.0
14
ES4BD024KB
$717
2.5
13.5
ES4BD030KB
$789
3.0
14
ES4BD036KB
$868
3.5
14
ES4BD042KB
$939
4.0
14
ES4BD048KB
$1063
5.0
13
ES4BD060KB
$1997
MODEL#
PRICE
FG7SA054C23A
$619
FG7SA054C23A
$619
FG7SA072C24B
$632
FG7SA072C35C
$714
FG7SA090C35C
$744
FG7SA090C35C
$744
FG7SA108C35C
$759
MODEL#/PRICE
C6BHX24CA - $333
C6BHX24CA - $333
C6BHX30CB - $361
C6BHX36CC - $415
C6BHX42CC - $424
C6BHX48CC - $506
C6BHX60CC - $519
System Price
$1651 hvac systems
$1669 hvac systems
$1782 hvac systems
$1997 hvac systems
$2107 hvac systems
$2313 hvac systems
$3275 hvac systems

 

 

HEAT PUMP CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER - CONDENSERS ONLY >>

1.5 Ton >> 2 Ton >> 2.5 Ton >> 3 Ton >> 3.5 Ton >> 4 Ton >> 5 Ton

 

1.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD018K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1699.00 Our Price: $898 (free shipping)
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1.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BD018K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2499.00 Our Price: $1254 (free shipping)
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1.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BE018K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2701.00 Our Price: $1356 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD024K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1899.00 Our Price: $959 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BD024K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2599.00 Our Price: $1310 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BE024K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2799.00 Our Price: $1404 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BF024KB [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3399.00 Our Price: $1699 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD030K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2049.00 Our Price: $1029 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BD030K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2659.00 Our Price: $1352 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BE030K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2949.00 Our Price: $1499 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD036K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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Model#  FT4BF036KA [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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3.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD042K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
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Model#  FT4BD042K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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Model#  FT4BE042K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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4.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD048K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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Model#  FT4BD048K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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4.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
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Model#  FT4BF048KA [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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5.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ET4BD060K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
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5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BD060K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3995.00 Our Price: $1975 (free shipping)
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Model#  FT4BE060K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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5.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FT4BF060KA [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
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CONDENSER AC Only With or Without Variable Speed Compressors, W/ electric heaters

1.5 Ton >> 2 Ton >> 2.5 Ton >> 3 Ton >> 3.5 Ton >> 4 Ton >> 5 Ton

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1.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model# ES4BD018KA [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1299.00 Our Price: $698 (free shipping)
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1.5 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....  
Model#  FS4BE018K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
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2 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model# ES4BD024KB [AC ONLY]
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2.0 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE024K [AC ONLY]
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2.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FS4BF024KA [AC ONLY]
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2.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model# ES4BD030KB [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
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2.5 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE030K [AC ONLY]
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3 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model# ES4BD036KB [AC ONLY]
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MSRP: $1649.00 Our Price: $827.00 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton UPTO SEER 15.5, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE036K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
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3.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FS4BF036KA [AC ONLY]
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MSRP: $3549.00 Our Price: $1779 (free shipping)
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3.5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model# ES4BD042KB [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1969.00 Our Price: $918.00 (free shipping)
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3.5 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE042K [AC ONLY]
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4 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ES4BD048KB [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2142 Our Price: $988 (free shipping)
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4 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE048K [AC ONLY]
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4.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FS4BF048KB [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3999.00 Our Price: $1999 (free shipping)
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5 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  ES4BD060KB [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2299.00 Our Price: $1161(free shipping)
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5 Ton Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Swept-Wing Fan Blade, Permanently Lubircated, One-Piece Top/Orifice, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top, Louvered .....
Model#  FS4BE060K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3699.00 Our Price: $1832 (free shipping)
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5.0 Ton Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated, Louvered Condenser Guard, High Pressure Switch, Removable Top Grille..
Model#  FS4BF060KB [AC ONLY]
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HORIZONTAL PACKAGE UNITS, 2 STAGE PACKAGE UNITS , GAS FURNACE CONDENSERS BELOW >>

1.5 Ton >> 2 Ton >> 2.5 Ton >> 3 Ton >> 3.5 Ton >> 4 Ton >> 5 Ton

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1.5 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD018KA
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1399.00 Our Price: $699 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD024K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2950.00 Our Price: $1471 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD024K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3250.00 Our Price: $1819 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD024KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1419.00 Our Price: $704 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton [2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  P5RFX24K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3496.00 Our Price: $1767 (free shipping)
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2.0 Ton [Heat Pump - 2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  Q5RFX24K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4496.00 Our Price: $2295 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD030K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3129.00 Our Price: $1566(free shipping)
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2.5 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD030K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2950.00 Our Price: $1897 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD030KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1559.00 Our Price: $766 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD036K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3399.00 Our Price: $1655 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD036KA [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3950.00 Our Price: $2019 (free shipping)
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3 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD036KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1559.00 Our Price: $827 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton [2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  P5RFX36K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4299.00 Our Price: $2136 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton [Heat Pump - 2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  Q5RFX36K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4496.00 Our Price: $2457 (free shipping)
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3.5 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD042K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3599.00 Our Price: $1810 (free shipping)
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3.5 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD042K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3950.00 Our Price: $2135 (free shipping)
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3.5 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD042KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $1559.00 Our Price: $918 (free shipping)
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4.0 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD048K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3999.00 Our Price: $1935 (free shipping)
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4.0 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD048KA [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3950.00 Our Price: $2250 (free shipping)
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4 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD048KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $2259.00 Our Price: $988 (free shipping)
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4.0 Ton [2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  P5RFX48K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4799.00 Our Price: $2465 (free shipping)
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4.0 Ton [Heat Pump - 2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  Q5RFX48K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4496.00 Our Price: $2739 (free shipping)
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5 Ton [Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  P5RD060K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4230 Our Price: $2015 (free shipping)
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5.0 Ton [Heat Pump - Horizontal Package Unit]
Model#  Q5RD060K [CONDENSER HEAT PUMP- Central Heating System]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $4250.00 Our Price: $2355 (free shipping)
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5 Ton [GAS FURNACE]
Model#  ES4BD060KB
Warranty: FREE 1 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $3559.00 Our Price: $1161 (free shipping)
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5 Ton [2 Stage Package Units]
Model#  P5RFX60K [AC ONLY]
Warranty: FREE 10 Yr Replacement Warranty, 10 Yr Compressor, 10 Yr Parts
MSRP: $5399.00 Our Price: $2690 (free shipping)
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GAS FURNACE AIR HANDLERS, HORIZONTAL PACKAGE AIR HANDLERS, 2 STAGE HORIZONTAL PACKAGE AIR HANDLERS

1.5 Ton >> 2 Ton >> 2.5 Ton >> 3 Ton >> 3.5 Ton >> 4 Ton >> 5 Ton

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1.5 - 2.0 TON Smartlite Technology, Ultra-quiet, Blower delay, LP - propane convertible..
Model# FG7SA054C23A [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL - Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1449.00 Our Price: $619 (free shipping)
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2 Ton Standard Multi-poised, Multi-speed, Cabinet Insulation, Quietest, Breaker Accessibility..
Model# B5BMX24KA [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL- Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1049.00 Our Price: $548 (free shipping)
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2 Ton Inverter Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated..
Model# B4VMX24KB [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL- Multi Position]
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2.5 Ton Standard Multi-poised, Multi-speed, Cabinet Insulation, Quietest, Breaker Accessibility..
Model# B5BMX30KB [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL- Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1199.00 Our Price: $602 (free shipping)
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2.5 Ton Inverter Frigidaire, Galvanised Steel, Composite Base, Quietest, Permanently Lubircated..
Model# B4VMX30KB [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL- Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1649.00 Our Price: $873 (free shipping)
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2.5 TON Smartlite Technology, Ultra-quiet, Blower delay, LP - propane convertible..
Model# FG7SA072C24B [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL - Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1179.00 Our Price: $632 (free shipping)
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3.0 Ton Standard Multi-poised, Multi-speed, Cabinet Insulation, Quietest, Breaker Accessibility..
Model# B5BMX36KB [Upflow or Downflow or HORIZONTAL- Multi Position]
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MSRP: $1199.00 Our Price: $635 (free shipping)
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Central Air Conditioners - GENERAL FAQ'S BELOW

Q. How important are clean and checks?

A. All heating and cooling systems should be serviced every year by a heating and cooling professional.

For furnaces, your service technician should:

•Check for leaks, soot, rust, corroded electrical contacts and frayed wires.
•Perform any necessary cleaning, including the burner and heat exchanger.
•Inspect the venting system and verify that it is operating properly.
For heat pumps and air conditioners, your technician should:

•Inspect all electrical connections.
•Check the operation of the compressor and outdoor fan motor.
•Inspect the indoor evaporator coil for cleanliness and clean if necessary.
•Inspect the furnace or air handler blower assembly for proper operation and cleanliness.
•Check the refrigerant level in the system.
If the air conditioning or heat pump refrigerant level is low, a proper leak check should be performed, and the leak should be repaired or the leaking component should be replaced.

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Q. What should an HVAC technician check on my system?


A. All heating and cooling systems should be serviced every year by a heating and cooling professional.

For furnaces, your service technician should:

•Check for leaks, soot, rust, corroded electrical contacts and frayed wires.
•Perform any necessary cleaning, including the burner and heat exchanger.
•Inspect the venting system and verify that it is operating properly.
For heat pumps and air conditioners, your technician should:

•Inspect all electrical connections.
•Check the operation of the compressor and outdoor fan motor.
•Inspect the indoor evaporator coil for cleanliness and clean if necessary.
•Inspect the furnace or air handler blower assembly for proper operation and cleanliness.
•Check the refrigerant level in the system.
If the air conditioning or heat pump refrigerant level is low, a proper leak check should be performed, and the leak should be repaired or the leaking component should be replaced.

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Q.
How often should I change my furnace filter?

A. Replace your furnace filter at the start of every heating and cooling season.

In environments with high dust or pets, ask your technician about the option of a high-efficiency air filter or electronic air cleaner that may need to be replaced just once a year. They work at least seven times better than a standard filter at removing dust and other particles.

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Q. What to do if the air conditioning won't come on:

A. 1.If you have no electricity, your air conditioner will not work. Please call your utility company.
2.If you have a digital thermostat and it is not displaying a temperature, replace your batteries in the thermostat.

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Furnace troubleshooting
Q. What to do if the furnace won't come on:

A. 1.If you smell gas, please contact the gas supplier from your neighbor's phone. Do not light any appliance, touch any electrical switch or use a phone inside your home. If you cannot reach the gas supplier, please call 911.
2.If you have no electricity, your furnace will not work. Please call your utility company.
3.If you have a digital thermostat and it is not displaying a temperature, replace your batteries in the thermostat.
4.If the furnace is on, but no air is coming through the vents, call a technician for repair work.

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Q. What is SEER?

A. Buying a new central air conditioning system is a major investment - both financially and in your home's comfort. The average split-system air conditioner will last around 16 years, so you want to make sure you choose a system that you will be happy with for a long time. Here are some tips for choosing a central air conditioning system:

Buy the highest SEER you can afford. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a measurement of the efficiency of your cooling system over the course of a season. The higher the SEER rating, the higher the efficiency. Systems purchased to prior to 2006 were mostly in the 8 to 10 SEER range. In 2006, the minimum efficiency was raised to 13 SEER. Today, air conditioners such as the Frigidaire iQ Drive® system can be as high as 24.5 SEER. A 13-SEER system is 30% more efficient than a 10-SEER system, and a 24.5 SEER system is 145% more efficient than a 10-SEER system.

Choose R-410A refrigerant. Most older systems used a refrigerant called R-22. In 2010, the new refrigerant standard became R-410A. R-410A is more environmentally friendly than past refrigerants because it does not deplete the ozone. Choosing an R-410A system means you may also have to replace your line set and your indoor coil, but you will be getting the maximum efficiency out of your new system.

Identify the type of system you currently have. If you have an outdoor section and an indoor section, you have a "split system." The split system is the most common type of system. In the central United States and Canada, the indoor section is the coil box that sits on top of your gas or oil furnace. (Many homeowners think this is part of the furnace when it is actually the indoor section to the air conditioner.) The furnace blower is used to distribute cool air throughout the home. In very hot southern regions, the indoor section is typically an electric furnace or air handler. This product has the blower and coil inside a single cabinet. If you do not have an indoor section, you may have a "packaged" air conditioner. Packaged units are found in select regions. The packaged air conditioner contains the blower and coil components all within the outdoor section and may even provide gas heat or electric strip heat.

Replace the entire system, not just the air conditioner. An air conditioner typically has two components -- the outdoor section and the indoor section as described above. It may be tempting to replace only the outdoor section. But in order for your system to achieve the efficiency you're paying for, you need to have a matched system that includes a new indoor coil. Additionally, old indoor components can adversely impact the performance of your air conditioner, and your new system warranty could be canceled if it was not installed with the proper indoor coil or air handler.

Consider a heat pump. A heat pump works just like an air conditioner, cooling you all summer long. But in the fall and early spring, it can also provide cost-effective electric heat. Many homeowners are choosing a split-system heat pump over a split-system air conditioner and then pairing it with a gas furnace. This dual-fuel system can save you a lot of money because you heat with electricity when the weather is mild and with gas when the temperatures dip below freezing, so you are always using the most cost-effective fuel source to heat your home. If you have a packaged system, there are also dual-fuel packaged systems that combine heat pump and gas heat technology.

Don't skimp on the install. With a heating and cooling system, the installation is absolutely critical to performance. Make sure you hire a certified contractor who is going to address your ductwork and other home needs in addition to replacing equipment. A quality installation will cost more upfront, but it will save you in service and headaches down the road.

Think about comfort. Many of the higher-end air conditioners include extra features that will dramatically improve your home's comfort. Two-stage systems can run at a high and low stage, so they are quieter and provide a better mix of air throughout the home (no hot and cold spots). Also look for noise reduction features such as compressor sound blankets and swept-wing fan blades. Imagine not having to turn up the television when the air conditioner kicks on.

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Q. What is difference between 410A & R-22 refrigerant ?
A. Buying a new central air conditioning system is a major investment - both financially and in your home's comfort. The average split-system air conditioner will last around 16 years, so you want to make sure you choose a system that you will be happy with for a long time. Here are some tips for choosing a central air conditioning system:

Buy the highest SEER you can afford. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a measurement of the efficiency of your cooling system over the course of a season. The higher the SEER rating, the higher the efficiency. Systems purchased to prior to 2006 were mostly in the 8 to 10 SEER range. In 2006, the minimum efficiency was raised to 13 SEER. Today, air conditioners such as the Frigidaire iQ Drive® system can be as high as 24.5 SEER. A 13-SEER system is 30% more efficient than a 10-SEER system, and a 24.5 SEER system is 145% more efficient than a 10-SEER system.

Choose R-410A refrigerant. Most older systems used a refrigerant called R-22. In 2010, the new refrigerant standard became R-410A. R-410A is more environmentally friendly than past refrigerants because it does not deplete the ozone. Choosing an R-410A system means you may also have to replace your line set and your indoor coil, but you will be getting the maximum efficiency out of your new system.

Identify the type of system you currently have. If you have an outdoor section and an indoor section, you have a "split system." The split system is the most common type of system. In the central United States and Canada, the indoor section is the coil box that sits on top of your gas or oil furnace. (Many homeowners think this is part of the furnace when it is actually the indoor section to the air conditioner.) The furnace blower is used to distribute cool air throughout the home. In very hot southern regions, the indoor section is typically an electric furnace or air handler. This product has the blower and coil inside a single cabinet. If you do not have an indoor section, you may have a "packaged" air conditioner. Packaged units are found in select regions. The packaged air conditioner contains the blower and coil components all within the outdoor section and may even provide gas heat or electric strip heat.

Replace the entire system, not just the air conditioner. An air conditioner typically has two components -- the outdoor section and the indoor section as described above. It may be tempting to replace only the outdoor section. But in order for your system to achieve the efficiency you're paying for, you need to have a matched system that includes a new indoor coil. Additionally, old indoor components can adversely impact the performance of your air conditioner, and your new system warranty could be canceled if it was not installed with the proper indoor coil or air handler.

Consider a heat pump. A heat pump works just like an air conditioner, cooling you all summer long. But in the fall and early spring, it can also provide cost-effective electric heat. Many homeowners are choosing a split-system heat pump over a split-system air conditioner and then pairing it with a gas furnace. This dual-fuel system can save you a lot of money because you heat with electricity when the weather is mild and with gas when the temperatures dip below freezing, so you are always using the most cost-effective fuel source to heat your home. If you have a packaged system, there are also dual-fuel packaged systems that combine heat pump and gas heat technology.

Don't skimp on the install. With a heating and cooling system, the installation is absolutely critical to performance. Make sure you hire a certified contractor who is going to address your ductwork and other home needs in addition to replacing equipment. A quality installation will cost more upfront, but it will save you in service and headaches down the road.

Think about comfort. Many of the higher-end air conditioners include extra features that will dramatically improve your home's comfort. Two-stage systems can run at a high and low stage, so they are quieter and provide a better mix of air throughout the home (no hot and cold spots). Also look for noise reduction features such as compressor sound blankets and swept-wing fan blades. Imagine not having to turn up the television when the air conditioner kicks on.

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Q. What type of air conditioner do I have?

A. Identify the type of system you currently have. If you have an outdoor section and an indoor section, you have a "split system." The split system is the most common type of system. In the central United States and Canada, the indoor section is the coil box that sits on top of your gas or oil furnace. (Many homeowners think this is part of the furnace when it is actually the indoor section to the air conditioner.) The furnace blower is used to distribute cool air throughout the home. In very hot southern regions, the indoor section is typically an electric furnace or air handler. This product has the blower and coil inside a single cabinet. If you do not have an indoor section, you may have a "packaged" air conditioner. Packaged units are found in select regions. The packaged air conditioner contains the blower and coil components all within the outdoor section and may even provide gas heat or electric strip heat.

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Q. How to select the right contractor ?

A. There are two major influences on getting the best heating and cooling system to fit your needs:

Know what to ask the contractor. Because heating or cooling purchases are infrequent, you may not be aware of the various product solutions that are available to correct common indoor comfort problems. If you do not speak up, the contractor may assume you are not interested in saving energy, lowering utility costs, or correcting hot and cold spots in your home. Check out our tips on what questions to ask.

Select a skilled contractor. When it comes to central heating and cooling, product performance and reliability greatly depend on the contractor's ability to design and install a system compatible for your home.

Here's how to make sure you are selecting the right dealer for your new heating and cooling system. An appropriately sized system that is also installed correctly is critical to performance and your happiness.

•Check to see if the dealer possesses all of the appropriate licensing for installing HVAC equipment in your state and local area.
•Review the dealer's listing on the Better Business Bureau.
•Ask how long they have been in business and if they offer 24/7 service, financing or accept credit cards.
•A dealer coming into your home should do more than just inspect your existing system. Follow the dealer around to see if he or she is checking air flow, inspecting the duct system, making note of the windows and the direction your home faces, etc.
•Be wary of anyone who quotes you a price on the back of a business card after being in your home for a few minutes, or even over the phone.
•A knowledgeable dealer that has your best interest in mind will ask about your experiences in the home -- how long you have lived there, how long you plan to stay, if you have pets, allergies, smokers, hot and cold spots and noise.
•A dealer with the tools to address these problems will offer viable solutions such as air cleaners, zoning equipment, programmable thermostats, humidifiers, variable speed and two-stage technology. If they do not offer these solutions, they may not be the right dealer for you.
•It takes more time to complete an installation when done correctly. Expect to pay more for comprehensive service, but much less in the long run for your system's performance and maintenance.
•Typically, manufacturer warranties cover the replacement of faulty components for a limited time. Failure due to poor installation is typically not warranted by manufacturers. Select a dealer who will do a good job the first time and be around to assist you as needed.
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) suggests this worksheet to evaluate a potential contractor.

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Q. What you can expect from your contractor ?

A. Here are the things you can expect a qualified heating and cooling dealer to address when you are purchasing a new system:

•Selecting the type of system and equipment (plus operating and safety controls) that are compatible with the architecture of your home, fuel availability, fuel costs, the space available for equipment and duct runs, appearance issues and project cost.
•Calculating energy savings with a new system. You may find that investing in a new energy-efficient system with yield monthly savings greater than money earned on a CD investment or savings account.
•Performing load or sizing calculations for each room and the load on the central unit(s). New homes are better insulated and do not have the same capacity requirements as older homes. Over-sizing a unit can contribute to uncomfortable temperatures and inefficient performance.
•Using the proper industry manual procedures and manufacturer's data to select, size and place equipment, supply outlets, ducts and returns.
•Disposing of old equipment.
•Installing to local, state and federal codes and utility regulations.
•Installing the indoor and outdoor equipment. A split system is the most common installation.
•Installing the refrigerant lines.
•Installing supply air outlets and returns if they do not exist or are inadequate.
•Installing duct runs (must be sealed and insulated to R-6 or R-8 if in unconditioned space) if they do not exist or are inadequate.
•Installing control system(s), such as thermostats and/or zoning controls.
•Installing furnace gas piping and vent (if applicable).
•Charging the refrigerant system.
•Checking all control cycles.
•Checking refrigerant charge.
•Checking all power supplies, connections, fuel trains and vents.
•Measuring and adjusting air flow at the unit and at the rooms (balancing work).
•Educating the homeowner about the system and equipment (provide all instructions and manufacturer's documents, including warranties).

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Here are some common heating and cooling terms and their definitions. Getting up to speed on industry terms will help you better understand your dealer’s proposal.

AFUE: Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The AFUE percentage tells you how much energy is being converted to heat. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency.

Air Handler: The portion of your heating and cooling system that forces air through your home's ductwork.

BTU: British Thermal Units. The amount of heat it takes to raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. The higher the BTU rating, the larger the heating capacity of the furnace or air conditioner.

Capacity: The ability of a heating or cooling system to heat or cool a given amount of space. Heating is usually expressed in BTUs; cooling is expressed in tons.

Certified matched system: The Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) puts heating and cooling equipment through rigorous certification processes to ensure systems deliver the promised performance at certain test conditions.

Compressor: The motor/pump that drives the air conditioning unit. It is responsible for pumping refrigerant throughout the system.

Condenser Coil: Part of the outdoor portion of a heating or cooling system, which releases or collects heat from the outside air.

Damper: A valve or moveable plate used in ductwork that opens and closes to control airflow. They are used to direct air to specific areas of the home.

Downflow: A type of furnace that takes cool air from the top and blows warm air to the bottom.

Ductwork: Hollow metal pipes used to transfer air throughout your house.

ecoLogic: Frigidaire’s designation of green heating and cooling equipment. Learn More About ecoLogic.

Electronic Air Cleaner: An electronic device that filters out particles and contaminants in indoor air.

Evaporator Coil: Part of the heating or cooling system located indoors that cools and dehumidifies the air by converting liquid refrigerant into gas.

Heat Exchanger: The major part of the furnace that transfers heat into your home.

Heat Pump: A unit that handles both heating and cooling. In some climates, a heat pump may handle your heating and cooling needs more efficiently than a furnace and air conditioner.

Horizontal Flow: A type of furnace, installed on its side, which draws air from one side, heats the air and then sends it out the other side.

HSPF: Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. Measures the heating efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the number, the more efficient the heat pump heats your home.

Humidifier: A piece of equipment that adds moisture to the air as it comes out of the furnace.

HVAC: Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.

Refrigerant: A chemical that cools air as it evaporates.

SEER: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. SEER measures a unit's cooling efficiency. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency.

Single Package: An outdoor unit that contains both a heating and a cooling system.

Split System: Refers to an air conditioner or heat pump that is combined with indoor components, such as an evaporator coil inside and a condenser coil outside your home.

Thermostat: A device that monitors and controls your temperature inside your home.

Ton (of air conditioning): A ton of air conditioning refers to capacity in relation to melting one ton of ice in 24 hours. The capacity is measured in British Thermal Units (Btu); 288,000 Btu are required to melt one ton of ice in 24 hours (or 12,000 Btu/hr). A 2-ton air conditioner has a nominal capacity of about 24,000 Btu/h.

Upflow: A type of furnace that draws cool air from the bottom and blows the warmed air out the top.

Ventilator: A ventilator captures heating or cooling energy from stale indoor air and transfers it to fresh incoming air.

Zone: Zoning allows you to control the heating and cooling delivered to specific areas of your house for a custom solution. Zoning can increase efficiency and comfort in the area of the house you use most often.

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Q. How to choose the right HVAC system

A. There are two major influences on getting the best system to fit your needs:

Select a skilled contractor. When it comes to central heating and cooling, product performance and reliability greatly depend on the contractor's ability to design and install a system compatible for your home. Check out our tips on how to select the right contractor.

Have an idea of what you want. Because heating or cooling purchases are infrequent, you may not be aware of the various product solutions that are available to correct common indoor comfort problems. If you do not speak up, the contractor may assume you are not interested in saving energy, lowering utility costs, correcting hot and cold spots in your home or a host of other solutions.

The best way to purchase a system you will be most satisfied with is to identify all the things that you would like to improve on from your current system. Some contractors will ask you these questions, but some may not. Therefore, educate yourself what you want your system to do for you.

An HVAC purchase is a long-term commitment, so now is the time to get the system that will satisfy your family's needs. You can do this by reviewing the questions below.

Do you want to lower your energy bills?

•If you have high gas bills in the winter, ask about 95% furnaces or higher.
•If you have high electric bills in the summer, ask about 15 SEER or higher.
Would you like to reduce the amount of hot and cold spots in your home?

•If there are hot/cold spots predominately during mild temperature days, then ask about your multi-stage options.
•Basic two-stage systems rely on two stages of heating or cooling to give better comfort during mild temperature days.
•Better two-stage systems use two stages of heating and cooling plus a variable-speed blower to provide more even temperature and fresh air in the home.
•The best is a modulating system that offers a multitude of stages to provide the most precise temperature control and comfort. Not all manufacturers have indoor and outdoor modulating systems like Frigidaire.
Do you want to control temperature by room?

•Zoning systems are designed to allow the homeowner to control the temperature by room. You can zone as little as two areas or you can zone up to eight. The ability to zone your home, and the approach to zoning, may vary depending on both the home layout and contractor skill.
Is it too humid in your home?

Does it get too dry in the home?

Do you have pets and the resulting dust and dander?

Is dust a problem in your home?

Does anyone in your family have allergies?

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Q. What is Central air conditioning ?

A. Central air conditioning, commonly referred to as central air (U.S.) or air-con (UK), is an air conditioning system that uses ducts to distribute cooled and/or dehumidified air to more than one room, or uses pipes to distribute chilled water to heat exchangers in more than one room, and which is not plugged into a standard electrical outlet.

With a typical split system, the condenser and compressor are located in an outdoor unit; the evaporator is mounted in the air handler unit. With a package system, all components are located in a single outdoor unit that may be located on the ground or roof.

Central air conditioning performs like a regular air conditioner but has several added benefits:

When the air handling unit turns on, room air is drawn in from various parts of the building through return-air ducts. This air is pulled through a filter where airborne particles such as dust and lint are removed. Sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants as well. The filtered air is routed to air supply ductwork that carries it back to rooms. Whenever the air conditioner is running, this cycle repeats continually.
Because the condenser unit (with its fan and the compressor) is located outside the home, it offers a lower level of indoor noise than a free-standing air conditioning unit.

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Q. What is Air Handler ?

A. An air handler, or air handling unit (often abbreviated to AHU), is a device used to condition and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. An air handler is usually a large metal box containing a blower, heating or cooling elements, filter racks or chambers, sound attenuators, and dampers. Air handlers usually connect to ductwork that distributes the conditioned air through the building and returns it to the AHU. Sometimes AHUs discharge (supply) and admit (return) air directly to and from the space served without ductwork.

Small air handlers, for local use, are called terminal units, and may only include an air filter, coil, and blower; these simple terminal units are called blower coils or fan coil units. A larger air handler that conditions 100% outside air, and no recirculated air, is known as a makeup air unit (MAU). An air handler designed for outdoor use, typically on roofs, is known as a packaged unit (PU) or rooftop unit (RTU).

 

Blower/fanAir handlers typically employ a large squirrel cage blower driven by an AC induction electric motor to move the air. The blower may operate at a single speed, offer a variety of set speeds, or be driven by a Variable Frequency Drive to allow a wide range of air flow rates. Flow rate may also be controlled by inlet vanes or outlet dampers on the fan. Some residential air handlers (central 'furnaces' or 'air conditioners') use a brushless DC electric motor that has variable speed capabilities.

Multiple blowers may be present in large commercial air handling units, typically placed at the end of the AHU and the beginning of the supply ductwork (therefore also called "supply fans"). They are often augmented by fans in the return air duct ("return fans") pushing the air into the AHU.

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Q. What is A Heat Pump ?

A heat pump is a machine or device that diverts heat from one location (the 'source') at a lower temperature to another location (the 'sink' or 'heat sink') at a higher temperature using mechanical work or a high-temperature heat source.A heat pump can be used to provide heating or cooling. Even though the heat pump can heat, it still uses the same basic refrigeration cycle to do this. In other words a heat pump can change which coil is the condenser and which the evaporator. This is normally achieved by a reversing valve. In cooler climates it is common to have heat pumps that are designed only to provide heating.

Common examples are food refrigerators and freezers, air conditioners, and reversible-cycle heat pumps for providing building space heating. In heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) applications, a heat pump normally refers to a vapor-compression refrigeration device that includes a reversing valve and optimized heat exchangers so that the direction of heat flow may be reversed. Most commonly, heat pumps draw heat from the air or from the ground.

Heat pumps have the ability to move heat energy from one environment to another, and in either direction. This allows the heat pump to bring heat into an occupied space, or to take it out. In the cooling mode a heat pump works the same as an ordinary air conditioner (A/C). A heat pump uses an intermediate fluid called a refrigerant which absorbs heat as it vaporizes and releases the heat when it is condensed. It uses an evaporator to absorb heat from inside an occupied space and rejects this heat to the outside through the condenser. The refrigerant flows outside of the space to be conditioned, where the condenser and compressor are located, while the evaporator is inside. The key component that makes a heat pump different from an air conditioner is the reversing valve. The reversing valve allows for the flow direction of the refrigerant to be changed. This allows the heat to be pumped in either direction.[citation needed]

In heating mode the outdoor coil becomes the evaporator, while the indoor becomes the condenser which absorbs the heat from the refrigerant and dissipates to the air flowing through it. The air outside even at 0 °C (or at any temperature above absolute zero) has heat energy in it. With the refrigerant flowing in the opposite direction the evaporator (outdoor coil) is absorbing the heat from the air and moving it inside. Once it picks up heat it is compressed and then sent to the condenser (indoor coil). The indoor coil then injects the heat into the air handler, which moves the heated air throughout the house.
In cooling mode the outdoor coil is now the condenser. This makes the indoor coil now the evaporator. The indoor coil is now the evaporator in the sense that it is going to be used to absorb the heat from inside the enclosed space. The evaporator absorbs the heat from the inside, and takes it to the condenser where it is rejected into the outside air.

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Q. What Is A Condenser?

What is a condenser? Many people have air conditioners but are not aware of how or what makes them work. A condenser is simply one component of an air conditioner. Whether you have an outdoor air conditioner or a window unit air conditioner your air conditioner contains a condenser.

Condensers are used in outdoor air conditioning systems as well as heat pump systems. Condensers in an air conditioning unit have very few controls. They will have an on and off switch. Occasionally these air conditioners will also have a brown out option. This option shuts down the compressor when the electrical current is low.

A condenser is simply a heat exchanger. It compresses refrigerants into a hot gas to then condense them into a liquid. A condenser is a major component in a air conditioning or heat pump unit. It moves air across the coils to facilitate the transfer of heat.

In a heat pump unit the condenser has a few more features. It will have a reverse valve that allows the unit to switch back and forth between air conditioning and heating. Even when the unit is heating, it uses the condenser for defrosting the coils. If the coils become layered with frost it will effect the units effectiveness this is defrosted when the reverse valve switches to air conditioning mode to move the hot gases through the coils melting the built up ice. It will automatically switch back to heating mode once the ice is cleared to once again heat the home.

It is very important no matter what type of unit you have to prevent the blockage of the condenser. If the condenser becomes block it can effect the units efficiency or even cause the until to completely fail. For this reason it is one of the most important components of a cooling or heating system. A condenser allows the maximum airflow to the unit.

To keep your unit in good operating condition it is vital to keep the area around the condenser clear of all debris as well as keeping the filter clear of dust and dirt. A clean machine makes a happy machine. A happy machine will keep you cool during the summer months and warm during the cold months. It is suggested to change the units filters when they become dirty, depending on your area and conditions near your home this may be as often as once a month or as seldom as every 3 to 6 months. You will have to pay close attention to your units needs to decide the right time to change or clean your units filters.

Keeping you condenser in good running condition will not only prolong the life of your heat or cooling system but also provide you with the most efficient heat and cooling system saving you money on heat and cooling.

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What Is an Air Compressor ?

An air compressor increases the amount of air in a particular space. By packing in the air, the air pressure is increased which creates a force that is useful for a variety of purposes, from industrial and manufacturing to commercial and personal purposes.

The original air compressor is the lung. When you take a deep breath to blow out your birthday candles, for example, you're increasing the pressure of the air in your lungs, which effectively is an air compressor containing pressurized air. You then use the force of the air in your lungs to blow out the flames of your birthday candles.

Eventually, man-made air compressors were created. These fall generally fall into one of two types, positive displacement or dynamic, defined by its mode of operation. A positive displacement air compressor works by filling and then emptying an air chamber. Three common types of positive displacement air compressors are: reciprocating, rotary screw and rotary sliding vane. A dynamic air compressor, on the other hand, uses a a rotating device to accelerate and then decelerate air. This process uses the speed or velocity of the air to increase the air's pressure. Centrifugal air compressors are dynamic air compressors.

Compressed air can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used to alter the chemical composition as in the case of making fertilizer or it can be used for industrial purposes like production line manufacturing processes or it can be used to maintain industrial plants. Perhaps the most well known use of the air compressor is in the case of pneumatic tools like air powered nail guns, staplers, sanders, spray guns, or ratchet wrenches. Air compressors can also be used to move debris. These tools are commonly available at hardware stores for purchase or rental.

Another way to group air compressor types is by the number of stages it has. A two-stage air compressor is usually used for heavy duty use. This type of unit offers a higher level of compression than smaller, single stage air compressors. A two-stage air compressor can store air for future use, and is more energy efficient since it produces more air per unit of horsepower than a single stage compressor. Also, less heat is generated in a two-stage compressor, which means that wear on the unit is reduced. Portable electric air compressors are also available for light-duty applications.

Depending on the type of air compressor, operation costs can be high, as in the case of plant maintenance. While air compressors can run on manual labor, like a hand powered air compressors, most run on either electricity or natural gas. It's the natural gas air compressor that is usually more cost-effective. If the air compressor is used in a small, enclosed area, an electric model may be more desirable in order to avoid gas fumes.

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) attests to the quality and protective features of air compressors. Their rating can be considered in evaluating air compressors for purchase or rental. In some states, only ASME-certified air compressors may be sold. Some safety features include a safety relief valve, which lets air escape if the tank's pressure exceeds the maximum. The air compressor should also have a belt guard for protection, and an enclosed air intake filtration system.

As with all tools, proper safety should exercised when using an air compressor. When not being used, air compressors should be properly powered off and unplugged.

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How does the heat work In central Air conditioners as Heat Pumps?

Heat pumps and most central air conditioners are called "split systems" because there is an outdoor unit (called a condenser) and an indoor unit (an evaporator coil). The job of the heat pump or air conditioner is to transport heat from one of these units to the other. In the summer, for example, the system extracts heat from indoor air and transfers it outside, leaving cooled indoor air to be recirculated through your ducts by a fan.

A substance called a refrigerant carries the heat from one area to another. Basically, here's how it works:

The compressor in your outdoor unit will change the gaseous refrigerant into a high temperature, high-pressure gas. As that gas flows through the outdoor coil, it loses heat. That makes the refrigerant condense into a high temperature, high pressure liquid that flows through copper tubing into the evaporator coil located in your fan coil unit or attached to your furnace.

At that point, the liquid refrigerant is allowed to expand, turning the liquid refrigerant into a low temperature, low pressure gas. The gas then absorbs heat from the air circulating in your home's ductwork, leaving it full of cooler air to be distributed throughout the house. Meanwhile, the low temperature, low pressure refrigerant gas returns to the compressor to begin the cycle all over again.

While your air conditioner or heat pump cools the air, it also dehumidifies it. That's because warm air passing over the indoor evaporator coil cannot hold as much moisture as it carried at a higher temperature, before it was cooled. The extra moisture condenses on the outside of the coils and is carried away through a drain. The process is similar to what happens on a hot, humid day, when condensed moisture beads up on the outside of a glass of cold lemonade.

The same process works in reverse in a heat pump during the winter. The heat pump takes heat out of the outside air - or out of the ground, if you have a geothermal heat pump - and it moves that heat inside, where it is transferred from the evaporator coil to the air circulating through your home.

That's not a typographical error, by the way- the heat pump moves heat from outside to warm your home, even on a cold day. That's because "cold" is a relative term. Air as cold as 30 degrees still contains a great deal of heat - the temperature at which air no longer carries any heat is well below -200 degrees Fahrenheit. A heat pump's heat exchanger can squeeze heat out of cold air, then transfer that heat into your home with the help of a fan which circulates the warm air through your ducts.

Heat pumps are often installed with back-up electric resistance heat or a furnace to handle heating requirements when more heat is needed than the heat pump can efficiently extract from the air.

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What's the best way to ensure that the central air-conditioning system you choose is installed properly, and will provide the most efficient and reliable cooling for your home?

The pointers below can help you to find the right hardware and the right technician to install your system, whether you're replacing an older air conditioner or installing one for the first time. The information comes from our experts.

And while there's no one money-saving strategy that will work for everyone all the time, there are simple steps that you can take, as we show in Keeping costs down. In some cases, you may be able to cut back on air-conditioner use considerably without seriously inconveniencing your family.

Design
In a "split system," the typical design, refrigerant circulates between an indoor coil and a matching outdoor condenser with compressor. The refrigerant cools the air, dehumidifying it in the process; a blower circulates air through ducts throughout the house. A variation is the "heat pump," a type of system that functions as heater and cooler. When used as an air conditioner, a heat pump discharges heat from the house either into the air or deep into the ground. In the winter, a heat pump extracts heat from the ground or the air to warm the house.

Efficiency
This describes how much cooling the unit delivers for each watt of electricity. Efficiency is expressed as the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating, or SEER. At present, a SEER of 10 denotes a low-efficiency unit; medium efficiency is 11 to 14; high efficiency is above 14. New federal regulations that took effect in 2006 set the minimum SEER for a central air conditioner at 13.

Size
A synonym for the air conditioner's cooling capacity, size is measured in British thermal units per hour (Btu/hr.) or in "tons." One ton of cooling equals 12,000 Btu/hr.

Get the right contractor
Finding a trustworthy contractor to install and service an air-conditioning system matters the most. Here's how to choose:

Ask around
Seek referrals from neighbors, family, or business associates. It's wise to get price quotes from at least three contractors.

Check the background
Contractors who bid on your installation should show you proof of bonding and insurance, plus any required contractor's licenses. Check with your local Better Business Bureau and consumer affairs office for complaint records. It's a plus if technicians are certified by a trade organization, such as North American Technician Excellence or HVAC Excellence, to service residential heating and cooling equipment. These and other similar programs assess the technician's knowledge of specific types of equipment and its proper service methods. We believe that a contractor who has made the effort to get certified and has practiced this trade and learned from several years of service and installation experience, will be a better service provider.

Get specifics
Contractors who bid on your job should calculate required cooling capacity by using a recognized method like the Air Conditioning Contractors of America's Residential Load Calculation Manual, also called Manual J. An additional reference for assessing ductwork needs is Manual D. The calculations produce a detailed room-by-room analysis of cooling needs. Ask for a printout of all calculations and assumptions, including ductwork design. Be leery of a contractor who bases estimates merely on house size or vague rules of thumb.

Expect maintenance
A service plan that combines regular inspections with discounts on repairs and a labor warranty is worth negotiating into the overall price. Prices for such service vary widely.

At a minimum, regular inspections should include these steps:

Check for and repair refrigerant leaks.
Detect and correct duct leaks.
Inspect and tighten the electrical connections, checking for damage.
Clean the coils, drain pan, and drainage system.
Vacuum the blower compartment.
Replace filter monthly or as recommended by the manufacturer.
Choose the right unit
If you're replacing an old central-air system, you can expect to pay around $3,000 for the equipment. If you need ductwork installed because you're starting completely from scratch or are upgrading a forced-air heating system, expect to pay $6,000 or more. Improving the system's air-filtration capabilities is also easiest to do as part