Residential A/C

A residential air conditioner, known as a residential AC or simply an air conditioner, is a cooling system designed for use in homes or small living areas to provide indoor comfort by regulating temperature and humidity.

Key components and functions of a typical residential air conditioner:

Outdoor Unit (Condenser Unit)

The residential AC outdoor unit is a critical component of a split-system air conditioner, a common choice for cooling homes and small businesses. It consists of several key elements designed to release heat and maintain the desired temperature indoors.

Indoor Unit (Evaporator Unit)

he residential AC indoor unit, often referred to as the evaporator unit, is a key component in a split-system air conditioner that is commonly used to cool homes and small businesses. This unit is typically installed inside the living space and is responsible for cooling the indoor air.