June 17, 2020
Summer is starting to heat up here in New England. Most of us will be spending more time at home this summer, which means it’s a good idea to make sure your house is as comfortable as possible. Are you still depending on your old, inefficient air conditioner? Upgrading to a new high-efficiency A/C will help you save on electricity, reduce the need for repairs, and keep your family comfortable even on the hottest days of the summer.
Sandri Energy provides installations and service for both central and ductless air conditioning systems. Read to learn more about what each type of A/C offers so that you can choose which is best for your home in Massachusetts, Vermont, or New Hampshire.
Central Air Conditioning vs. Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning
When everyone is staying at home, staying cool inside is more important than ever. Which type of air conditioner should you choose, central air or a ductless mini-split system? Both systems provide high-quality cooling but there are several differences that will sway your decision:
Central Air Conditioning
- Provides whole-home cooling
- Delivers even air distribution
- Uses ductwork and one outdoor unit
- Performs to save money and energy
Ductless Mini-Split A/C
- Provides whole-home or room-by-room cooling
- No central ductwork required
- Uses one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units
- Can offer supplementary heating
Expert Air Conditioning Installations in New England
The good news? You really can’t make a bad decision. Both central air and ductless mini-split systems will deliver optimal cooling comfort at the right price. If you’d like to get a recommendation from a Sandri A/C specialist, we are here to help. Once you’ve decided on an A/C system, our highly trained service technicians will professionally install it quickly and efficiently. You can count on us to maintain and repair your equipment as needed, always providing unmatched service.
Contact Sandri to get a free estimate on a new central A/C or ductless mini-split system for your home today.