Two speed air conditioning systems work well in warmer climates that experience wide temperature swings; precisely the kind of weather we experience here in the San Marcos, Buda, Kyle, and New Braunfels area of Central Texas.
Two speed air conditioning systems automatically shift from high to low speed operation based on the indoor cooling requirements. Once a home approaches the thermostat set temperature these air conditioning systems shift from high to low speed. The systems then operate at low speed to maintain indoor temperature.
Since the air conditioning capacity (BTU output) of two speed air conditioning systems automatically change to match the indoor cooling requirements, two speed air conditioning systems achieve lower indoor humidity levels. Reduced on and off cycling helps create a more constant and comfortable indoor living environment. Longer run times at lower capacity, saves energy and can help improve indoor air quality.
Just because two speed air conditioning systems provide greater savings and comfort, doesn’t mean they’re the right choice for every home. If you would like more information on selecting the right air conditioning system for you and your home, contact an AirOne professional.
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