What are the differences between Heating and A/C and AC?

An Heating and A/C device heats, ventilates, and cools the air while an A/C cools your home! The air conditioner has a refrigerant, a compressor, a condenser coil, an expansion valve, and an evaporator coil.

The refrigerant is used to carry heat from inside your current home to the outside.

The compressor is used to pressurize the refrigerant to increase its temperature to dispense the heat to the outdoors. The condenser coil receives high-temperature refrigerant and transfers the heat outdoors. The refrigerant depressurizes in the expansion valves, and the process starts again; An Heating and A/C program has a heat exchanger, a blower motor, the combustion chamber, the condenser, an evaporator, and a thermostat. The heat exchanger is used to absorb heat and to moderate cool air. A blower motor powers a fan that forces heated air into the HVAC ducts, and the heated air gets to your dining room through the air registers, however your fan adds oxygenated air to the combustion chamber to aid in the heating process. A condenser device cools your current home by compressing and condensing the refrigerant and releasing heat outside. An Heating and A/C device can heat and cool your home, while an A/C device cools the air in your home, but if you are a current homeowner and you are not sure whether to get an Heating and A/C or an A/C unit, you can discuss it with your Heating and A/C business, and she will discuss with you the best options, then whether you choose an A/C or an Heating and A/C device to cool or heat your home, be sure to keep servicing your program for it to function effectively.


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