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Air Conditioners

Lexington home and business owners heavily rely on air conditioners during the hot summer months; these systems work overtime in order to keep your indoor areas cool, comfortable, and safe.

Central air conditioners are typically installed as a split system, which means the compressor and condenser is installed outside, and is connected via refrigerant lines to an indoor air handler. To cool air, refrigerant is first condensed in the outdoor unit. It then is moved through the lines to the evaporator coils housed in your system’s air handler. Air then flows over these coils where it is cooled, and finally, it is circulated into the home via the air handler.

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Problems with your Air Conditioner?

If your Air Conditioner isn’t cooling as you want. Check these three things or give us a call and we’ll be there, same day to diagnose and repair your system

1. Check your Breaker
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2. Check your Filter
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3. look for Ice
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Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs to Be Replaced

Geothermal systems use the combined efforts of the heating and cooling unit and the ground loop to keep your home comfortable. The earth loop, commonly called the ground loop, is fluid filled piping that is installed on your property either horizontally or vertically. There are also applications where they can be inserted into a body of water, like a pond, or even a natural spring well if available. The loop transfers energy in and out of your home depending if it is in heating or cooling mode. There are several options for consumers to choose from when it comes to geothermal loop design. When your heating and cooling contractor quotes the job there are several factors that go into deciding which type of loop is best for your application. Some of these factors include the space available and the type of ground make up found deep below the surface.

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CLIMATE CONTROL CARE PLAN

Climate Control has a strong history of utilizing industry-leading technology in your home. Partner that with our factory trained service team members and you are going to get a superb result. Our team is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for any emergency service. The leading heating and air conditioning service team in Lexington has created the Climate Control Care Plan to make sure emergency service calls are a thing of the past. Having your HVAC system maintained seasonally can save you as much as 20% a year in operating costs. It can even increase the life of your heating and air conditioning system. With the Climate Control Care Plan, you have the peace of mind knowing that your heating and cooling system is maintained twice a year by NATE-certified service technicians that are trained to keep your system operating at peak efficiency.

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Closed Loop: Vertical

Geothermal systems use the combined efforts of the heating and cooling unit and the ground loop to keep your home comfortable. The earth loop, commonly called the ground loop, is fluid filled piping that is installed on your property either …

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Closed Loop: Horizontal

A horizontal closed loop requires a larger amount of land; the actual size required will depend on the specifics of the application. Trenches are dug on the property, which will be four feet deep or more. Loop piping will be …

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Closed Loop: Pond/Lake

A closed loop system can also be installed into a body of water, if available. Properties with ponds or lakes may be able to utilize this configuration rather than a vertical or closed loop. Supply lines are ran underground from the …

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Open Loop

The closed loop systems above circulate an anti-freeze solution to facilitate heat exchange between the ground or water source and the structure. An open loop system pulls water directly from a water source, typically a well, and discharges water directly into a well or on the surface of the earth. Piping runs from the home or business into the well, where it draws in groundwater to heat and cool the structure. Through another section of piping ran from the structure, the water is discharged back into the earth or on its surface.

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