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Air Conditioning Installation

C & C Heating & Air Conditioning offers a variety of comprehensive air conditioning installation and replacement services to the Metro Detroit area. Our technicians are well-experienced and knowledgeable, and are always willing to work with you to ensure the system we install in your home is the very best match for all of your needs.

Choosing the Right System

It's often difficult to decide on the best or most appropriate air conditioning system for your home due to the huge number of options available. Because of this, one of the first steps of choosing the right system is understanding the differences between them. Installing the wrong type of system can result in costly energy bills, or even damage to the system itself.

  • Ductless Split/Mini-Split Air Conditioning Systems: As the name implies, these popular systems are best known by their versatile lack of ducts, which allows their indoor (often wall-mounted) units to be placed most anywhere. An indoor unit is connected by a refrigerant line to the outdoor compressor, and typically serves the needs of one large room or several smaller rooms by taking in room air, and then cooling the air as it recirculates. Multiple indoor units can even be installed to allow for several different climate zones within your home.

  • Packaged Air Conditioning Systems: This system also uses an outdoor compressor to circulate cooled air directly through your home's duct system (or similar distribution system), and is typically most cost-effective for moderate to large-sized homes (particularly if they're installed as part of a home's construction). They can serve a single room, or a larger space, as needed.

  • Central Air Conditioning Systems: Utilizing the hardware of either of the above systems, central air conditioning is more efficient than single-room air conditioners, as it uses supply and return ducts to carry cooled and circulated air into and out of a building via registers (i.e. the often-grilled openings in walls, floors, or ceilings) rather than blowing out cooled air directly from a unit.
Next, the various systems also come in different sizes, so it is important to determine the right dimensions for the system of your choice. An incorrectly-sized system can result in a unit that runs constantly or frequently turns on and off, wearing out too soon, and adding even more to energy bills in either case. A correctly-sized system will maintain a comfortable temperature with maximum efficiency, limiting the need for repairs, and keeping maintenance costs low.

Always Ready to Help

Naturally, our attentive staff and friendly technicians are always more than happy to answer any questions you may have, and actively make themselves available to guide you through the entirety of this process with the benefit of their expertise. Call us today!

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