How Does A Central Air Unit Operate

How Does A Central Air Unit Operate?

A central air unit will take the warm air from inside the home and transfer it outside while releasing cool air from the vents inside your home. There are four parts to a central air unit, the first is the evaporator which removes the warm air and humidity from the air using refrigerant and cooling coils. Next, the blower will circulate the air and release the cool air throughout your home. Then, the condenser collects the hot air and releases it into the outside air. Finally, the compressor pumps refrigerant in between the evaporator and the condenser to cool the indoor air before releasing it throughout the vents. 

Cost Of Installing A Central Air Unit

The cost of installing a central air unit can vary depending on a variety of factors such as if it is a split or packaged unit, your location, the brand you choose, and what the conditions of your air duct system are. If you live in a state that has harsh weather conditions you may need a unit that is more powerful and durable compared to others. The cost of a new unit with installation can range from $3000 to over $10,000, but if maintained correctly can last up to 30 years. 

Central Air Unit With Quality Air Control 

If you need a central air unit near Livonia, MI, Farmington Hills, MI, Woodhaven, MI, and surrounding areas, Quality Air Control is the HVAC service company for you. We have over 16 years of experience in the HVAC industry. We are licensed, insured, and service all top brand units for homes and businesses. We will install, repair, replace, and maintain your central air unit.  Contact us online or by phone at (734) 833-3177 to get your central air unit today!

Brands We Support

We install and maintain heating and cooling devices from the following manufactures.

Goodman Heating & Cooling