What You Need to Know About Central Air
Central air conditioners are the most common type of cooling systems across the United States. They operate like a giant refrigerator for your home or business.
Composed of three main parts (evaporator, condenser, and compressor), central air or split AC systems run refrigerant through a coil between the evaporator and the condenser.
As the system operates, it removes heat and humidity from the air, then sends the cooled, dehumidified air back through the vents in your home or business.