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Residential Units


Residential AC units are typically smaller and have lower cooling capacities compared to commercial units. They are designed to cool individual rooms or small spaces within a home.


Residential units are designed for limited cooling loads, such as those found in homes and small apartments. They usually have a cooling capacity measured in tons or BTUs (British Thermal Units).


Residential units often come with basic features like adjustable temperature settings, fan speed control, and some may have energy-saving options. They are usually controlled with a remote or a simple thermostat.

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Residential AC units are installed in homes, apartments, condominiums, and other small living spaces. They are meant to provide comfort and maintain a desirable temperature for occupants.


Residential AC units help maintain comfortable indoor temperatures, improve air quality, and reduce humidity. They enhance the overall comfort of living spaces and can also be energy-efficient when properly sized and maintained.

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Regular maintenance is essential to keep your AC unit running efficiently. It's recommended to have your system serviced at least once a year, ideally before the start of the cooling season, to ensure optimal performance and prevent potential breakdowns.

Watch out for signs like reduced cooling efficiency, unusual noises, strange odors, or water leaks from your AC unit. If you notice any of these issues, it's important to schedule a professional repair service promptly to prevent further damage and maintain comfort in your home or business.

To enhance your AC unit's energy efficiency, you can:

  • Change or clean air filters regularly.
  • Ensure proper insulation and sealing in your home.
  • Use a programmable thermostat to manage cooling settings.
  • Schedule annual maintenance to keep the system clean and well-tuned.
  • Consider upgrading to a newer, more energy-efficient model when it's time to replace your old unit.
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