Mini Splits: Carrier Electric Air Conditioning
Armstrong Mini Splits: Carrier Electric Air Conditioning Service
Your family deserves a house where the temperature is always comfortable. But what if traditional air conditioning isn’t possible in your house? There are quite a few older buildings and residences in the Orlando area which don’t have ductwork, so air conditioning just isn’t an option.
Even more common are various rooms which, for a variety of reasons, just don’t get the proper circulations. These include enclosed sunrooms, classrooms, attics, basements, offices and anywhere else where traditional air conditioning just can’t reach effectively.
Instead of closing these rooms off, or just not using them, there is another option: Carrier Electric Air Conditioning – also known as a mini-split or split-zoning. It regulates internal air temperature but doesn’t require ductwork, so it’s perfect for spot cooling and heating.
Each unit is equipped with an anti-allergen filter, so it doesn’t just provide warm and cool air, it also provides fresh air and reduces allergens. Additionally, the units can be zone-controlled, so every room can be a different, comfortable temperature.
The units are designed to last and require very little maintenance. They’re extremely versatile and fit just about anywhere. They’re also very durable, which is a must in Florida’s climate.
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Mini Splits: Carrier Electric Air Conditioning Frequently Asked Questions
- Cleaner air: If your indoor air is overly muggy, it could mean that dirty, moist summer air is leaking into your home. Dehumidifying the air will remove some of that pollution while also removing most musty smells.
- Better health: High humidity can lead to mold and mildew growth, which can aggravate allergies, asthma, and other respiratory problems. Overly moist air also irritates the nasal passages and skin. Removing moisture reduces these problems and can help you sleep better by clearing stuffy rooms.
- Lower bills: High humidity can make the air feel warmer than it really is – which means you’ll probably turn up your air conditioner to be comfortable. Properly humidified air feels comfortable, so you’ll spend less cooling it.
- Home protection: Excess moisture in the form of condensation can leave stains, damage walls and window frames, and even compromise the structure of your home. Running a dehumidifier removes moisture from the air to keep condensation from form