Boucher Energy Systems has been installing central air conditioning systems since 1981. Years ago, conventional, large duct systems were about the only type of central air conditioning systems that were available to homeowners. Today, however, the choices have increased. We are proud to offer world class, innovative options for air conditioning your home.
Central Air Conditioning: A central air conditioning system includes a compressor, fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil, and refrigerant. It extracts heat from indoor air and transfers it outside, leaving the cooled indoor air to be recirculated. Ducts are used to transfer the cooled air throughout the home. The efficiency of central air conditioning systems is rated using SEER ratios. A central air conditioning system uses electricity as its power source. The basic components of an air conditioning system are: A condensing unit (the outdoor section) and a matching indoor air handler or furnace with coil (the indoor section).
Air Handler (AH): Indoor unit of an air conditioning system containing a heat exchange coil, filters, and fan, provides conditioned air into the space.
Condensing Unit: The outdoor unit of an air conditioning system that contains the compressor, propeller fan, circuit board, and heat exchange coil. The condensing unit pumps refrigerant to the evaporator for air conditioning your home.