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Central Air Conditioner Services in Twin Falls, ID

In the 1950s, the invention of the window air conditioning unit helped spread the use of ACs through residential buildings. For the first time, it was affordable for households to enjoy the benefits of an electro-mechanical air conditioner. But today, window units are only helpful for small apartments. The central air conditioner—also known as a split air conditioner because it has two sets of components, one outside the house and one inside—is now the main way that homes enjoy cool temperatures during the summer heat.

If you’re a homeowner, you probably already have a central air unit cooling your home, or you’re considering having one installed. No matter the situation, you can rely on Evans Plumbing Inc for any AC services you may require. We’ll install a new system, replace an old one, or rush to you with fast repairs—any time of the day or night—in Twin Falls, ID and the surrounding areas. Evans Plumbing at Your Door.

How a Split Air Conditioner Works

A split air conditioner consists of an outdoor condenser and an indoor evaporator. To cool down a house, the evaporator unit absorbs thermal energy from inside, and the condenser releases it outside, a process called heat exchange.

At the center of the heat exchange process is a component called the compressor. The compressor places refrigerant (a chemical blend that changes easily from liquid to gas and back again) under high pressure to raise its temperature. The hot refrigerant gas first travels to the outside condenser coil, where it releases heat through condensation. Cooled down, the refrigerant moves to the indoor unit, passing through a thermal expansion valve that drops its pressure and makes it even colder. The cold refrigerant moves through the indoor evaporator coil, where evaporation absorbs heat from the air. An air handler blows the cooled air around the coil into a ventilation system and to each of the vents around the house. The cycle starts over when the refrigerant returns to the compressor.

Repairs and Maintenance for Central AC Systems in the Twin Falls Area

If you have professional HVAC technicians install your central air conditioner, it should run well for many years and encounter few problems. You’ll want to make sure that you have those same technicians check–up on the air conditioner every year (spring is the best time) and keep it maintained and in the best condition.

But sometimes there’s no way to avoid a malfunction, and then you’ll need to call for repairs. Don’t try to tamper with the system on your own! Central air conditioners are complex refrigeration devices, and only experienced HVAC professionals like the people on our staff can quickly and correctly fix any problems. We’re here to make sure your home stays cool. Contact us today for full central air conditioning service in the Twin Falls area.

Call Us for All Your Central Air Unit Needs!

Evans Plumbing Inc started in business in the Twin Falls, ID area back in 1975, and we serve all of Blaine County and Southern Idaho with top quality air conditioning services. We’re committed to providing the best customer service to exceed your expectations on every job we do. Whether you want your old central air conditioner replaced with a great new model, the first AC installed in your new home, or repairs and maintenance for your current one, you can always put your trust in us!

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