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Selecting The Right Size AC Unit FL

Selecting The Right Size AC Unit

Selecting The Right Size AC Unit
Selecting The Right Size AC Unit in Florida

Selecting The Right Size AC Unit

Global Cooling advises you on the appropriate size air conditioner for your home. There is a myth out there that a larger A/C unit will get your home colder faster, but this is not necessarily true. An air conditioner that is too large for your home may actually work less efficiently because it will not generate uniform temperatures. Buying an A/C unit that is too small for your Florida home can also be a problem, as it will not be able to properly cool the space. To avoid buying the wrong size A/C unit, hiring a licensed and professional A/C company like Global Cooling.Selecting The Right Size AC Unit in Florida

1.         Determine the square footage of the area to be cooled using the following formulas:

  • For square and rectangular rooms, multiply the length of the area by its width
  • For a triangular area, multiply the length of the area by the width and divide by 2

2.         Determine the square footage of the area to be cooled using the following formulas:

  • For square and rectangular rooms, multiply the length of the area by its width
  • For a triangular area, multiply the length of the area by the width and divide by 2

3.         Make any adjustments for the following circumstances

  • If the room is heavily shaded, reduce capacity by 10 percent.
  • If the room is very sunny, increase capacity by 10 percent.
  • If more than two people regularly occupy the room, add 600 BTUs for each additional person.
  • If the unit is used in a kitchen, increase capacity by 4,000 BTUs.
  • Consider where you install the unit. If you are mounting an air conditioner near the corner of a   room, look for a unit that can send the airflow in the right direction.

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