Back to Basics: Two-Stage Cooling

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Two-stage cooling delivers maximum cooling power when you need it and maximum energy-saving efficiency the rest of the time. Your central air conditioner is engineered to provide full cooling output when the temperature and your thermostat setting call for it. However, the problem with standard single-stage units is that they run at full output all the time — even when temperatures are moderate and lower output is more appropriate. It’s sort of like keeping the accelerator in your car pressed all the way to the floor with the brake on, even when traffic is light and slow-moving.

New air conditioners that offer two-stage cooling are smarter. When the A/C cycles on, it runs in full output to rapidly cool the premises. Once the thermostat setting is achieved, the system automatically downshifts into lower output mode. The benefits of two-stage technology include:

Ask the cooling professionals at Jackson & Sons for more about the benefits of two-stage cooling.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Eastern North Carolina (including Wayne, Johnston, Greene, Lenoir, Pitt and Duplin Counties) about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).

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