Cool, humid-free, energy efficient air for your home


Forced Air A/C is a system designed to push air through the ductwork of a home. When you turn the thermostat to cool, it sends two signals – one signal goes to the outdoor unit to begin pumping refrigerant through your line set to the coil that sits above your furnace. The second signal goes to your furnace (yes, the furnace) and the blower motor begins to pull the air in your home through the return air vents and ductwork down to your furnace, through your filter, across the coil and then up through your floor vents. Note that if you have a forced air system, you need a furnace for your air conditioning to work.


Some advantages of forced air A/C systems include:


  • Easy to install
  • Energy-efficient options
  • Heating and cooling elements
  • Cools the air and removes humidity


If you cool the air without removing humidity you have cold, clammy air in your home. This tends to be the result of over-sizing your air conditioner and is very uncomfortable. We recommend you have a heat gain calculation performed before your purchase and installation.


Air conditioner technology has increased significantly over the years to improve energy efficiency, which is rated by SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). The higher the SEER, the less electricity is used to cool your home.


Contact us to schedule a visit from one of our experienced Home Comfort Advisors or if you have questions regarding your home cooling system.

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