An air conditioning system moves the warm air outside your home and replaces it with cool air to reach a stable and comfortable temperature during hot periods.
In addition to cooling a room or your entire home, an air conditioner filters and purifies the air you breathe.
Wall-mounted air conditioner
A wall-mounted air conditioner cools part or all of a house, apartment or condo. It is more affordable than a central air conditioner and is simpler and faster to install in any home, as it does not require ventilation ducts. To cool your entire home, you can install several wall-mounted air conditioners or choose a central air conditioner.
Central air conditioner
A central air conditioner cools your entire house using ventilation channels. The temperature of all rooms in the residence is uniform and comfortable, regardless of the heat outside. This system is more expensive than a wall-mounted air conditioner and is more suitable for installation on new buildings, since it must be integrated into all rooms of the house. With a central air conditioner, no other air conditioning system is required and you save on energy costs by choosing a high efficiency unit. This system can also become a source of heat with the addition of a heat pump.