Which Air Conditioning Option Is Right for Your Home?

- 2:59 pm - March 25th, 2016

With the arrival of the spring season comes the routine of spring cleaning. You spend hours emptying out your closets, reorganizing your drawers, and putting your winter gear in storage for the rest of the year, but is your spring cleaning really complete without giving your old air conditioner a look? 
Many homeowners continue to rely on their old, outdated and inefficient air conditioners longer than they should, a decision they may regret when a system breakdown occurs at noon on a hot and humid July day. But Tracey is here to make sure that isn’t you. Plus, upgrading to a brand new home cooling system won’t just give you peace of mind – you’ll also save more! In fact, if you’ve had your current air conditioner for ten years or more, switching to a new cooling system can save you as much as 40% on your annual cooling bills. 
Of course, every home has different cooling needs, which is why we sell, install and maintain an extensive selection of central air conditioning systems and ductless mini-split air conditioners. But which type is right for your home? 
Central air conditioning: Central air is ideal for homes with ductwork and plenty of open space. Today’s central air conditioning systems boast cutting-edge features like super high-efficiency operation, variable speed options, programmable scheduling and even smartphone compatibility.  
Ductless mini-splits: No ducts? No problem. Ductless mini-splits provide a conveniently compact solution for small-space cooling, retrofitting and room additions. Unobtrusive in design and with easy installation procedures, ductless mini-splits can be installed virtually anywhere without adjusting the room's layout.  
Whichever option you choose, Tracey Energy provides expert installation service courtesy of our team of certified HVAC techs. Don’t wait for your outdated air conditioner to call it quits when you need it the most! Contact Tracey Energy today to choose your brand new home cooling system.

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