You had a sunroom built into your Apopka, FL, home, but there’s a problem. How do you keep it cool and warm? You have a choice of several options, and choosing one depends a lot on how much time and money you’re willing to put into the project. Here, we’ll outline two traditional options.
1. Central Air Conditioning
One of the most common choices for keeping every room, including the sunroom, comfortable is installing a central cooling system. The benefits that come with this investment are endless. Not only are upgraded ACs energy efficient, but they are also quite affordable.
When shopping around for an AC, keep in mind that you want one that is correctly sized for your home and provides enough cooling power. The best way to ensure success is by working with a qualified HVAC company.
2. Install a Heat Pump
On the other hand, you could have a heat pump installed. These handy systems can heat and cool multiple rooms. They come with their own thermostats as well. One of the most common types is a Ductless mini-split system that can provide air to individual rooms at the same time.
Benefits of a Mini Split
Ducts can leak out air, but mini-splits eliminate this kind of energy waste, allowing you to save money over time. They also provide better comfort since you won’t have to make the temperature in your sunroom the same as the rest of your home. Mini-splits can run at various speeds, too, which will minimize the wear associated with start-up, and they can last up to 30 years before needing replacement.
Heating and cooling a home is no easy task. ACR Air Conditioning & Refrigeration would be happy to take on your installation project, so contact our friendly staff today for an appointment. We have NATE-certified technicians who can help you decide on a solution to provide you with year-long comfort. We also guarantee 100% satisfaction.
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