The most common central air conditioning system is a split system, which includes an outdoor cabinet containing a condenser coil and compressor, and an indoor evaporator coil, usually installed in conjunction with your furnace or air handler. The compressor pumps a chemical called refrigerant through the system. Trane Central Air Unit - Morgan County Area Heating and Air Conditioning

How It Works

Once warm air inside your home blows across the indoor evaporator coil, its heat energy transfers to the refrigerant inside the coil. That transfer, in turn, “cools” the air. The refrigerant is pumped back to the compressor where the cycle begins again. The heat absorbed by the refrigerant is moved outside your home while cooled air is blown inside. Moisture that contributes to humidity is also condensed out of the air.

Your air conditioning system is usually combined with your central heating system because they share the same ductwork for distributing conditioned air throughout your home.

The hot summer facilitates the need for a working central air conditioning unit, to assure proper functionality call 317-831-5279 today to schedule or click here to schedule online Economy to fully inspect your system. With our fast and friendly service, including our fully stocked service vehicles and responsive dispatch communication, we can have your system serviced, repaired or replaced in no time! Our qualified and trained air conditioning technicians are eager to serve you.