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Is Your Cocoa Beach, FL Home Stuffy And Uncomfortable? How Your Air Conditioning System Can Help

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

One of the common concerns homeowners have throughout the Cocoa Beach, FL area during summer is stuffy and uncomfortable air. Despite the best efforts of their air conditioners, their home remains uncomfortable, and with the doors and windows tightly sealed against the heat and humidity, other issues such as mildew, mold, and dust mites can quickly become serious problems. If you’re looking for a solution, and your air conditioner is old or requires frequent repairs, you should consider replacing it with a new AC. In this post, we’d like to explain what a new system could do for your home. When you need a Cocoa Beach, FL air conditioning system, contact the experts at Steve Hoskins Air Conditioning!

  • Dehumidification: One of the major benefits of a professionally installed AC is that it offers substantial dehumidification as well. As your AC cools your air, the moisture in the air condenses on the coils. It is then drained out of your air handler by the condensate drainpipe. If your AC no longer works well, then its ability to dehumidify your air will also suffer.
  • Performance: Today’s air conditioners perform much better than those installed even just 10 years ago. The latest developments in compressor technology and design allow your new AC to cool your home faster, so that you don’t have to endure uncomfortable periods of stuffy air in your home. During a new installation, speak to your contractor to see if there are any ways you can improve the quality of your air, whether by adjusting the size of the system so that it cools better, or by installing a whole-home dehumidifier.
  • Ductless: If you have allergies or suffer from respiratory problems, you might consider removing the potential of  dust buildup within your ducts by upgrading to a ductless mini split air conditioner. Not only do they sidestep many indoor air quality risks, but they are also highly efficient and customizable. By dividing your home into zones, with multiple indoor air handlers mounted within the living spaces, you are able to control the temperature of individual rooms far better than with ducted systems.

We hope this helps. For more information, or to schedule a consultation about a new Cocoa Beach, FL air conditioning system, contact the experts at Steve Hoskins Air Conditioning today!