When investing in a new air conditioning system, you may want to go out and purchase the biggest, most powerful system that you can find. We understand why you may be tempted to do so. After all, the heat and humidity here in Georgia can be quite intense. However, you must keep in mind that a oversized AC is really no better than an undersized one.
If you are serious about cooling your home as effectively and efficiently as possible, then you must be sure to schedule your air conditioning installation in Rome, GA with a trained professional. Only then can you rest assured in knowing that your air conditioner is of the right size for your home and your cooling needs. Contact us to cool your home successfully.
Undersized Is Bad…
If your air conditioner is too small for your home, it is going to struggle to cool that home effectively and evenly. It will use more energy than it should have to in order to cool your home, and most likely with subpar results. That could leave you paying more money for what is a lesser performance from your AC. Plus, this can have negative effects on your indoor air quality. The system will run for much longer cycles than it would if appropriately sized, which in turn can lead to it drying out the air in your home excessively.
…But Oversized Is No Better
Now, you may be thinking that using a bigger system is always going to be the better option. However, an oversized system is going to lead to a number of cooling problems, also, and is really no better than an undersized system. If your AC is too big for your home, it is going to cool it down too quickly. That will lead to short cycling, which can really take a toll on your system’s mechanical components, and can also make it difficult for the system to remove an adequate amount of humidity from the air. Plus, you are paying for a cooling capacity that you don’t need, and high energy costs due to the system starting and stopping too frequently.
Let Moody Heating and Air Conditioning help you to find the ideal air conditioner for your home.