Plumbline Services is proud to be Denver Colorado’s Premier Carrier Air Conditioning Dealer as well as offering air-conditioning repair and services for all Air Conditioners like American Standard, Armstrong, Ruud, Bryant, Carrier, Rheem, Lennox, Goodman, York, Amana, Janitrol, Tempstar, Heil, and Samsung. Denver Air conditioning Installation, maintenance, and air conditioning repairs are rarely a do-it-yourself project because today’s modern A/C Systems involve a mastery of electricity, gas, refrigerants, ducts, and many other Air conditioning components to make sure your home’s air conditioning system runs efficiently and cools your home under all kinds of conditions.
Which Air Conditioning System do you need?
Central air conditioning: Central Air conditioning is used most often in Denver and they circulate cool air through ductwork installed in ceilings and walls in your home. Ducts or registers which are the openings you see covered by grills, in your homes floors, walls or ceilings carry cooled air from the air conditioner to the rooms in your home, and air is returned to the air conditioner to be re-cooled by way of return ducts and registers.
Split system air conditioning: this air conditioning system uses a condenser and compressor located outside your house usually alongside the garage and an evaporator or cooling coil and the fan inside your house usually in its own closet that may be part of your furnace or heat pump. If you’re adding an air conditioner to your home in Denver this is the most cost effective air conditioning system.
Packaged central air conditioning: used on commercial buildings and apartments places the air conditioning evaporator, condenser, and compressor in a single enclosure on the roof of the building. These central air conditioners can use electric heating coils or a natural gas furnace which will eliminate the need for a separate furnace inside your home or building.
Ductless air conditioning: doesn’t require ductwork, and they’re easy to install in your home. They use wall or ceiling mounted blowers to air condition the rooms in your home. They’re getting popular in homes with small spaces and homes that don’t have ducts. Ductless Air Conditioning has two parts, a cooling component located inside your house, and an air compressor on the outside of your house, and they’re both connected to condensation drains, suction tubing, refrigerant lines, and power.
Give us a call at 303.436.2525 in Denver and we’ll show you all the latest Ductless Air Conditioning Equipment and accessories like remote controls and much more.