Birmingham AL Air Handler
Air Handler Repairs & Installation
Air handlers operate in conjunction with an air conditioning or heat pump system. Heat pumps are generally used instead of a furnace. An air handler is a box made of sheet metal, with holes on each side and a fan that circulates the air. It also houses essential air conditioning parts, such as an evaporator coil and an air conditioning filter. Both units have the same components yet concentrate on different functions to provide both heating and air conditioning.
The air handler can also be referred to as an "indoor unit." Whenever you have to replace the outdoor air conditioning unit, you also have to do the same with the air handler because both are designed to provide the very best air conditioning system. Not matching these two air conditioning parts can result in insufficient heating and air conditioning you have come to expect of your central air system.
There are various sizes and efficiency ratings of air handlers based upon the different air conditioning systems. Your Birmingham HVAC specialists can match you with the best central air conditioning for the size of the home or office building.