Consider space and needs for HVAC


Originally published by Marshfield News Herald

When you’re remodeling your home, it seems that there’s an endless list of design and decor choices to consider. At the end of the day, your decisions often revolve around helping your home put its best face forward.

You might choose hardwood floors because of how they’ll look when the sunlight hits them in a well-lit room. Or perhaps you opt for a vibrant color on an accent wall in a room that doesn’t get a lot of light.

Selecting your HVAC system is no different — you want the one that functions the best in your home and meets your needs for comfort.

There are a wide variety of heating and air conditioning systems available for homeowners to choose from, so which one should you choose for your space? Learning more about three common types of systems — window units, ducted central heating and air, and duct-free systems — and the types of spaces where they work best can help you make your decision.

Window units
The most basic of air conditioning units, window units do well to address a need in a specific room with minimal cost and no construction. If you find yourself comfortable most of the time, save when you’re trying to go to sleep, a window unit in your bedroom may be your answer. Window units are an affordable upfront investment and can be moved from place to place, as well as stored for winter, making them a versatile choice.

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