Air conditioners keep your home cool during a hot and humid Minnesota summer. Contrary to what many might think, an air conditioner does not blow cold air into your home. They actually compress a gas called refrigerant. When compressed, the gas condenses down to a chilled fluid, and this is pumped (by the air conditioner) inside to the indoor coil. Warm air from the home is forced through the coil, and the refrigerant removes heat energy from the air.
A Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating is used to rate the efficiency of an air conditioner. However, overall cooling efficiency depends on a lot more than just the air conditioner. Ducting, the indoor coil and fan motor, insulation and other design items drastically affect how much you spend on utility bills.
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