Just because your Buda air conditioning system is working
Air conditioning is important for dehumidification as well as cooling. The refrigeration equipment originally developed by Willis Carrier was almost solely used for dehumidification. Residential central Buda air conditioning systems keep homes cool in the warmer months, and helps control indoor humidity levels. Residential Buda air conditioners today come as mini-splits that cool specific areas, and as central Buda air conditioning systems with ductwork that distributes cooled air to various rooms throughout the home.
How does your Buda air conditioning work?
Air Conditioning systems uses a pressurized “refrigerant” to remove the heat from the air in your home as the air is moved past an indoor refrigerant coil. The heat in the refrigerant is then released into the air outside your home. This refrigerant cycle continues until the thermostat reaches its set-point temperature. When the set point temperature is achieved the thermostat turns off your Buda air conditioning system.
AC Systems are made up of many component parts such as a compressor, a fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil, and the refrigerant. These individual components must work in together properly in order to properly and efficiently cool your home.
The three main sections that make up most split central Buda air conditioning systems are:
- The outdoor condensing unit (with a compressor, fan, condenser coil and electrical controls)
- A matching indoor air handler (with a blower fan and evaporator coil)
- Ductwork (designed and constructed to deliver the correct amount of air to each room)
Call a Buda AirOne technician to help you make the right decision about repairing, maintaining, or replacing your San Marcos air conditioning system – 512-392-0022.