- On February 10, 2021
Updated: Feb 2021
Getting the right air conditioner for your home is important, especially during our triple-digit summers here in Arizona. At Howard Air, we know how important it is to choose the right air conditioning system for your home to ensure your comfort and make sure you’re getting the most efficient use out of your unit. Below we discuss what the best central air conditioner is and who the best air conditioning manufacturer brands are.
Best A/C Units for Arizona Residents
If you’re buying a new air conditioner to operate in the warmer Arizona climates, you have several options. Here are the best types of air conditioners for those who reside in Central Arizona.
Split Air Conditioning
The most popular form of air conditioning in Arizona, a split system has the benefit of being easier to maintain and work on, while efficiently cooling single- and multi-story homes. The split system works by having an exterior unit chill the air before it’s pumped into your home by an interior fan system that gets the cold air dispersed inside. The split system is popular because it can be installed to work on homes that don’t have a duct system for central air conditioning.
Central Air Conditioning
If your home has ductwork to support it, installing central air conditioning is often the best way to go. By pumping air through the vents, you’re able to cool your entire home without setting up units across your home to make sure everything gets air conditioning as is necessary with a split system, saving on costs when you initially get the unit. Carrier offers the best units around for keeping your home cool during the highest temperatures during summer.
Room Air Conditioner
If you’re living in a smaller home or apartment, a room air conditioner might be your best option. They work the same way – chilling the air outside and blowing it inside – and are easily installed by placing it in a window. The best room air conditioner units will relatively inexpensive to operate, quiet when running, and will cool large rooms.
Contact the Pros at Howard Air to Learn More
Howard Air is here to install your new air conditioner in your home, and we’re committed to helping you choose the right system. Contact us so we can help get you and your home ready for the summer months for years to come.