Energy-Efficient AC Installations for Central New Jersey Residents
Edison Heating & Cooling helps residential and commercial clients choose and install new air conditioning systems that are easy on the environment and on the wallet. Check out the most common types of air conditioning systems and indoor air quality controls, or simply give us a call for a free, personalized estimate at your home in Central New Jersey. Every family and business has its own unique needs based on space and lifestyle, so our technicians will create a custom solution that maximizes both your comfort and energy efficiency.
Central Air Conditioning
Thanks to a network of air ducts installed along with the electrical wiring and water pipes during your home’s construction, central air conditioning is one of the most energy-efficient and common systems in modern homes. A central pump can push air throughout your home via ducts for a consistent temperature in every room.
Ductless Split Air Conditioning
A ductless split air conditioning system is an affordable alternative to central air conditioning. The two indoor and outdoor units are “split” and fast to install. The internal units are low profile and provide both heating and air conditioning in one convenient system, making them efficient and economical. Typically, multiple units can be mounted high on the walls of various rooms to control the temperature throughout the building.
Air Conditioning Zone Control
Why pay to cool every room in your home when you only need a few areas cool during the day and a couple bedrooms cooled at night? Edison Heating & Cooling can help you create “zones” to target different temperatures in different rooms or during various times of day to only cool the areas you use most often.
Types of Air Conditioning Filters
Air conditioning filters control how much dust, dandruff, and allergens float around the air you breathe at home, so it’s important to change them every 30 to 90 days once your new AC unit is installed. Some of the most common filters you can purchase are below.
- Fiberglass filters: This is the most basic kind of flat filter that slides into place inside an AC unit. They’re an affordable option, but the least effective at trapping dust and allergens.
- Pleated filters: These are regular fiberglass filters with added surface area thanks to the pleats, or accordion-style folds across the filter. They work a little bit better and are only slightly more expensive than flat fiberglass filters.
- Electrostatic filters: These filters use electrostatic charges to attract particles in the air to stick to the surface of the filter. They’re highly effective at trapping dust and allergens.
- HEPA: True HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters must be proven to trap 99.97% of all airborne particles greater than 0.3 micrometers in size. That makes them the very best available, so we recommend them for families with allergies or breathing problems.
Feel free to contact us if you have questions about our air conditioning installation services or would like to schedule an on-site estimate in your Central New Jersey home. We also offer AC repair, AC maintenance, and other HVAC services.