How does your air conditioning system keep your home cool? Air conditioners are one part of a central heating and central cooling system that draws heat energy from outside of the home and transfers it.


Simply put, the air conditioner in both a house and business is a central heating and cooling system that provides cool air through the ductwork via a process that draws out the warm air inside, removing its heat, which is replaced by the cooler air.


An AC unit has three key parts. These are the compressor, the condenser, and the evaporator. Your unit’s compressor and condenser are typically located in the outside part of the air conditioning system. Inside the house is where you will find the evaporator.


The cooling fluid reaches the compressor as a low-pressure gas. The compressor squeezes this gas/fluid, and the molecules in the liquid are packed closer together. The closer the compressor forces these molecules together, the higher the temperature and energy rise.


Anyone living in North Carolina knows that our spring season is beautiful, but it can be short. That means warmer temperatures are on their way. At Barber Heating & Air Refrigeration, an HVAC company, we do installations for commercial and residential properties. In addition, we service everything that we sell.


If you’re living in an older home, you need to make sure that you’re not wasting unnecessary energy. While it’s important to keep your Burlington or Chapel Hill, NC home well-circulated and cool during warm months, that doesn’t mean your energy bill has to go up.


One of the easiest ways to save energy is to have an efficient HVAC system. At Barber Heating & Air Refrigeration, we are dedicated to maintaining and installing the perfect system for your home. If you’re interested in how we can meet the energy needs for your home, request a quote or call us at (336) 226-6959.



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