Heating & Cooling Products
An air conditioner is really two pieces—a “condensing unit” that sits outside your home and a “coil” that sits on top of your furnace or inside your air handler. An air conditioner doesn’t actually make cold air. It removes heat from your home and exhausts it outside, by moving refrigerant from the indoor coil and exhausting the heat outside through the condensing unit. They have efficiency ratings, typically called SEER ratings, ranging from 13SEER to 19SEER.