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Central air conditioning is more controlled, dispersed, and efficient than single room units (Figure 4-13). Although many energy- and environmentally-conscious people eschew central air, some people require it for health reasons or because the heat and humidity in some areas are almost unbearable. Note that I do not endorse the installation of central air to be used continuously in a home. I recommend central air conditioning because in caparison to room air conditioners, central air conditioning is far more energy efficient. The proper-sized unit and appropriate use dictate the efficiency. When purchasing central air conditioning, confirm the efficiency of the recommended units at the Energy Star website. When purchasing a new Energy Star qualified central air conditioning system, purchase the appropriate-sized unit for your home. If you have an existing central air system and it is older than 12 years old, consider replacing it with a new Energy Star qualified unit, which will pay for itself over its lifetime. Energy Star qualified central air conditioning units typically use 30 percent less energy than other units.
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FIGURE 4-13 Central air conditioning
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An important part of a home s heating and cooling systems is the ductwork that runs throughout the home, as shown here. If you are replacing an older central air system, I recommend installing new energy-efficient, insulated ducts. Even if you believe your home s old ductwork is in excellent condition, have the system cleaned and checked; if necessary, have a contractor add more insulation to the system. This is also true if the cooling system shares the duct system with your furnace.
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Sealing the duct system may seem easy, but this is not necessarily the case. Any time ducts are moved, the entire system can be disturbed. Moving or repairing one length can move a second length of ducting, causing fragile seals to separate from the area being repaired. Leaks can occur in one area after repairs are completed in a separate area. Before installing or repairing any ductwork, call a contractor to check for leakage in the system. Insulation will not stop leaks. Air leakage, and the pressure differential caused by the leak, will deteriorate the duct insulation and create airborne particles that are hazardous to your health. A qualified contractor can validate that your duct system is leak-free by checking for leakage using a pressure differential test. Sealing and insulating the heating ducts can increase the furnace s energy performance by as much as 25 percent.
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For more information about duct sealing and product recommendation, the Energy Star website offers an excellent brochure at http://www. energystar.gov/ia/products/heat_cool/ducts/DuctSealingBrochure04.pdf.
Maintaining heating and cooling systems is an important task. You can lose all the efficiency gains if your system is not maintained. Have a professional examine your heating and cooling system at the beginning of each season and check the following: The refrigerant level The filters (Figures 4-14 and 4-15) The ducts (Figures 4-16 and 4-17)
FIGURE 4-14 Central air conditioning inlet and filter
The average home uses as much as half of its energy in the form of heating and cooling. Most of this energy is in the form of electricity. When choosing a heating or cooling system, or maintaining your current system, the average homeowner needs to be aware of many factors. Consumers incorrectly perceive that the heating or cooling unit is a single entity. The heating or cooling unit is only one part of the total home energy system that includes large appliances, all of which can be incorporated into a PV energy system for the most energy-efficient alternative.
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FIGURE 4-15 High-efficiency particulate air filter HEPA
FIGURE 4-16 AC inlet duct
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FIGURE 4-17 Soft duct in attic
Choosing the proper central air conditioning system for your home, using quality insulation, and scheduling regular maintenance will allow for years of energy-efficient and trouble-free comfort.
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