HVAC Cooling With Walley’s

Air Conditioning & Cooling Systems

When emotions are high and you’re running hot, let Walley’s remove the heat. Whether residential or commercial, our HVAC technicians will maintain, repair, or replace your cooling system quickly and hassle free.

Central Air Conditioning

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Central air conditioning systems, whether traditional or high velocity, are known as split systems because the system is split as one indoor unit (usually a coil or air handler) and one outdoor unit (usually an air conditioner or heat pump)— connected by refrigeration lines and control wiring with a condensate drain. The indoor system connects to a central ducting system, and through the use of a fan, distributes the conditioned air to each room through floor, wall, or ceiling registers. Since forced air systems are the preferred system for most new construction homes, central air is the most common system found cooling homes in the area— although ductless systems are trending in popularity. Like any forced air system, the quality of your air is dependent on the design and installation of your duct system. Since air conditioning systems actually cool your house by removing heat in your space, you must not overlook your return ductwork. It is critical, then, to capture the heat load properly to keep you cool on the hottest days.

Ductless Mini-Splits

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If you are looking for a more efficient cooling option without using ductwork or window space, then ductless mini-splits are perfect for you. Since all we need to do is mount the indoor and outdoor units with the refrigerant lines, drain, and electricity, you’re looking at a swift installation process. Most of these systems both heat and cool while producing the highest SEER ratings — which will save you a lot of money on your utility bills! In addition, the local utility companies are always offering attractive rebates and incentives. Some of these systems can provide heat when it’s -15 degrees outside — perfect for New England winters. Unlike central air conditioning, each air handler can be zoned to a different temperature particular to the type of traffic that goes through each space. These systems heat and cool evenly and quietly. With several options available for air handlers–ceiling, wall, or floor-mounted–you can choose a unit that fits the design and decor of the space where it will be mounted.

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Heat Pumps

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When purchasing a ductless mini-split, it almost always makes sense to get a heat pump for several reasons. The rebates and incentives being offered for heat pumps versus cooling-only units essentially pay you to do so. Another reason is that most local vendors exclusively stock ductless heat pumps and do not stock cooling-only units. If the two are essentially the same price, but you can get both cooling and heating (base models as low as 5 degrees and advanced models at 15 degrees below zero outside) from a heat pump but only cooling from an air conditioner, why would you not pick a heat pump? Heat pumps in a central system, however, can only work in outside temperatures as low as 25-30, which is not enough heat for regions with blistery winters like New England. Rebates and incentives for central heat pumps are harder to come by, and the equipment can be expensive. If your only fuel source is propane, oil, or electric heat, then you could reduce your energy costs by setting up a hybrid duel-fuel system with a heat pump.

Air Quality Systems

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We don’t just think about the temperature of the air in your space, but we can also assist you in getting rid of the pollutants and microorganisms that may be contaminating your air. If you need fresh air ventilation in an airtight space like a basement, we can install an ERV or HRV system. We install all types of humidifiers which keep moisture levels from drying out. An extra step you can take in destroying microorganisms and keeping your coil clean is adding a UV light called a germicidal lamp. Air filters and air cleaners catch, clean, and destroy foreign objects in the air system that can make you sick. The right filter can even protect your new equipment and reduce static pressure. Whether you are into state-of-the-art modern tech or you like to keep things old fashioned and simple — we have the thermostat and control system for you. From smart systems to traditional ones, we will find the perfect system for you!

 

Central Air Conditioning

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Central air conditioning systems, whether traditional or high velocity, are known as split systems because the system is split as one indoor unit (usually a coil or air handler) and one outdoor unit (usually an air conditioner or heat pump)— connected by refrigeration lines and control wiring with a condensate drain. The indoor system connects to a central ducting system, and through the use of a fan, distributes the conditioned air to each room through floor, wall, or ceiling registers. Since forced air systems are the preferred system for most new construction homes, central air is the most common system found cooling homes in the area— although ductless systems are trending in popularity. Like any forced air system, the quality of your air is dependent on the design and installation of your duct system. Since air conditioning systems actually cool your house by removing heat in your space, you must not overlook your return ductwork. It is critical, then, to capture the heat load properly to keep you cool on the hottest days.

Ductless Mini-Splits

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If you are looking for a more efficient cooling option without using ductwork or window space, then ductless mini-splits are perfect for you. Since all we need to do is mount the indoor and outdoor units with the refrigerant lines, drain, and electricity, you’re looking at a swift installation process. Most of these systems both heat and cool while producing the highest SEER ratings — which will save you a lot of money on your utility bills! In addition, the local utility companies are always offering attractive rebates and incentives. Some of these systems can provide heat when it’s -15 degrees outside — perfect for New England winters. Unlike central air conditioning, each air handler can be zoned to a different temperature particular to the type of traffic that goes through each space. These systems heat and cool evenly and quietly. With several options available for air handlers–ceiling, wall, or floor-mounted–you can choose a unit that fits the design and decor of the space where it will be mounted.

Heat Pumps

Read More

When purchasing a ductless mini-split, it almost always makes sense to get a heat pump for several reasons. The rebates and incentives being offered for heat pumps versus cooling-only units essentially pay you to do so. Another reason is that most local vendors exclusively stock ductless heat pumps and do not stock cooling-only units. If the two are essentially the same price, but you can get both cooling and heating (base models as low as 5 degrees and advanced models at 15 degrees below zero outside) from a heat pump but only cooling from an air conditioner, why would you not pick a heat pump? Heat pumps in a central system, however, can only work in outside temperatures as low as 25-30, which is not enough heat for regions with blistery winters like New England. Rebates and incentives for central heat pumps are harder to come by, and the equipment can be expensive. If your only fuel source is propane, oil, or electric heat, then you could reduce your energy costs by setting up a hybrid duel-fuel system with a heat pump.

Air Quality Systems

Read More

We don’t just think about the temperature of the air in your space, but we can also assist you in getting rid of the pollutants and microorganisms that may be contaminating your air. If you need fresh air ventilation in an airtight space like a basement, we can install an ERV or HRV system. We install all types of humidifiers which keep moisture levels from drying out. An extra step you can take in destroying microorganisms and keeping your coil clean is adding a UV light called a germicidal lamp. Air filters and air cleaners catch, clean, and destroy foreign objects in the air system that can make you sick. The right filter can even protect your new equipment and reduce static pressure. Whether you are into state-of-the-art modern tech or you like to keep things old fashioned and simple — we have the thermostat and control system for you. From smart systems to traditional ones, we will find the perfect system for you!

Start Cooling Down With Walley’s Today

Whether your HVAC cooling system needs to be repaired, routinely maintained, replaced, or installed, don’t sit in the heat any longer sweating it out. Our fully licensed and certified team will guide you every step of the way to find the perfect solution for your cooling needs. Click the “Cooling Down with Walley’s” button below to get out of the heat today!

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