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Air Conditioner Prices

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Air conditioner prices vary from time to time. The price often depends on the durability and quality of the product being sold, as well as the price of the technology involved at the time. Air conditioners have become an intregal part of many people's lives. Summer in both big and small establishments would be unimaginable without these cooling devices. Thus, no mater if their prices go up or down, it is still one of the many things that people are willing to spend their money on in order to stay comfortable.

A central air conditioner is one of the many kinds of air conditioners. This unit is mostly in larger homes, and businesses. They are much larger than window air conditioners that are commonly used in apartments and small houses. Although smaller units are cost effective, central air conditioners are takes a step up when it comes to efficiency for heating larger areas.

There are two types of central air conditioners, the split system and the packaged unit. The split system, as its name suggests, consists of an indoor and outdoor unit. The indoor unit as a furnace that serves as a fan that circulates the warm air inside a house/building during winter and takes the cool air from the outdoor cabinet to the house during summer. While the outdoor unit is considered the air conditioner or the heat pump. These units are designed to work together to provide maximum efficiency, and therefore can not be split into discrete or separate units. On the other hand, a packaged unit is where you can find all the essential parts of an air conditioner enclosed in one case.

Carrier and Trane are two of the major manufacturers when we talk about air conditioners. Carrier air conditioners were invented by the father of heating, ventillation, and air conditioning (or HVAC) Willis Havilland Carrier. Although he was not the one who first created these cooling devices, he was the first person to have such extraordinary success in his specific field. Carrier is now the most popular name that is trusted by many consumers when it comes to air conditioners. Trane, on the other hand was founded by Reuben Nicholas Trane with his father, James Trane. It is said that Trane air conditioners are built using the most durable materials and most advanced technology available. They are often also a bit more costly than Carrier air conditioners.

Comparing air conditioner prices, you won't find much variance because companies are basing their prices on their competitors. This is the nature of any market. Prices will increase depending on how big and how efficient the units are. The price of a Carrier central air conditioner can range from approximately $800-$3500 while Trane ranges from $1000 to $4,600 and up. These are rough estimates based on the prices available online. Fees for installation are not included. You can't really tell which is cheaper and which is not until you experience the how durable and efficient your preferred unit is. You need to consider the size, brand, installation cost and efficiency in deciding which unit you should purchase.



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