Central air can provide a wonderful experience in regards to cooling your home, and keeping the humidity out while eliminating potential fire hazards.
Curious how a central air system works? Here's how it breaks down. At the evaporator coil, refrigerant chemicals absorb heat from your home and become gaseous. The air conditioner then pumps the refrigerant vapor to the condenser coil, where a special pump called a compressor forces it to become liquid again. This phase change releases the stored heat, transferring it away from your home. The refrigerant chemicals then return to the evaporator coil to repeat the cycle.