Air Conditioning Services in Colorado Springs
Purchasing the right air conditioning system for your home or commercial property in Colorado Springs is not only a material investment but also an investment in your comfort. A properly working, energy-efficient air conditioning system will help you keep cool during the warm summer months while also taking full advantage of savings in energy and upkeep costs.
At One Source Home Service, we strive to provide you with the most cost-effective solutions that will help you with your cooling needs. We offer a variety of air conditioning systems — from central systems and mini-split systems to window units and packaged terminal systems in — order to address your individual requirements in terms of space, architecture, or climate conditions.
Our main product options are as follows:
Central air conditioning systems
Also known as a ducted air conditioning system, a central air conditioning system keeps the whole house or commercial space cool by distributing cooled air through a network of ducts and vents. The ducts used by central systems can also be used to distribute heat during winter.
Mini-split air conditioners
Unlike central air conditioning systems, mini-split air conditioning systems do not need ducts to distribute cooled air throughout a property. Instead, they are used to cool individual areas inside a house or building. The compressor and heat exchangers — the outdoor components of mini-split units — don’t have to be located directly behind the indoor portion, giving property owners the convenience of placing these outside components in a location where they will not be displayed prominently.
Window unit air conditioners
Typically installed through an open window or through a hole in a wall, window unit air conditioners chill the indoor air by blowing it through the evaporator. The heat coming from the inside is dispersed outdoors, while another fan blows outdoor air over the condenser. A property using such units will usually have several of them cooling each room or areas separately.
Packaged terminal air conditioners
A PTAC is a self-contained, through-the-wall appliance that is mounted through a hole cut into an exterior wall. They are like window units, but with no outdoor portion protruding from the wall outside.
Before getting an air conditioning system installed, it’s best to understand your needs and compare them against the options available to you. One Source Home Service can perform a thorough home energy audit to help you maximize your energy savings and get the most out of your investment.