What Is a Split System?
A split system simply means your heating and cooling system has components that are both inside and outside your home. In most cases, a split system will consist of:
- Gas Furnace – Provides heating white also circulating air year round.
- Evaporator coil – The indoor component of the outdoor AC unit.
- Air conditioner or Heat Pump – Works with the evaporator coil to cool the home.
- Air Ducts ― Distribute the conditioned air throughout your home.
- Control or Thermostat ― The brains and interface of the system.
- Indoor Air Quality Accessories ― Designed to purify, humidify, and freshen the air for a healthier indoor environment.
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