At the height of the summer, many homeowners begin the hunt for a new or upgraded air conditioner or cooling unit. Most residences throughout the U.S., with the exception of the Southwest, have split system A/C units, rather than package units, which have all parts contained in one “package” and generally sit on the roof or on a concrete slab outdoors. Following is an explanation of how a split A/C works.

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