Myths About Air Conditioning

Do you know what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to your air conditioning system? To help separate myth from reality, Gainesville Mechanical explains a few of the most common misconceptions associated with air conditioning.

Many people believe that their fans can cool the rooms in their home better than an air conditioner can. While it’s true that a fan does create a wind-chill effect, it actually doesn’t affect the temperature in the room at all. So, if you’re looking for an appliance that can decrease the temperature and keep the room cooler, an air conditioner is the only way to go.

If you think that an air conditioner’s only job is to cool the air, think again. Air conditioners are designed to treat the air that it distributes throughout your home. It removes dust, debris, and allergens before being pumped through your ducts. Throughout this process, excess humidity and moisture is all removed, ensuring that the air you breathe is the best quality possible.

Don’t be fooled thinking that the bigger your air conditioner is, the better it will cool your home. The fact is that the size of air conditioner you buy has nothing to do with the amount it cools. Instead, it has everything to do with the size of your home. Bigger air conditioners should only be installed in homes that require additional cooling. Otherwise, you’ll be paying for utilities that you don’t actually need.

There’s a lot to know about air conditioners. Gainesville Mechanical takes the guesswork out of appliance selection, installation, and maintenance. Our friendly staff is highly trained and experienced, ensuring that you get nothing but the best each time we visit. Not only do we offer around the clock emergency assistance, but we’re also dedicated to providing quality workmanship and unparalleled pricing. Experience, trust, and dependability—that’s the Gainesville Mechanical goal. Our commitment to excellence is what sets us apart from our competition.

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