AC Facts
The typical central air conditioning system is a split system, with an outdoor air conditioning, or “compressor bearing unit” and an indoor coil, which is usually installed on top of the hot air furnace in the home.
Using electricity as its power source, the compressor pumps refrigerant through the system to gather heat and moisture from indoors and remove it from the home.
Heat and moisture are removed from the home when warm air ducted through a “Return” from inside the home is blown over the cooled indoor coil. The heat in the air transfers to the coil, thereby "cooling" the air.
The heat that has transferred to the coil is then "pumped" to the exterior of the home, while theair is pumped back inside through “Registers” in the “Supply Air Duct System”, helping to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.

Indoor comfort during warm weather - Central air conditioning helps keep your home cool and reduces humidity levels. As we all know, high humidity is a huge factor in feeling uncomfortable on a hot summer night when trying to get to sleep.
Cleaner air
As your central air conditioning system draws air out of various rooms in the house through return air ducts, the air is pulled through an air, which removes airborne particles such as dust and lint. Sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants, as well. The filtered air is then routed to air supply ductwork that carries it back to rooms.
Quieter operation
Because the compressor bearing unit is located outside the home, the indoor noise level from its operation is much lower than that of a window air conditioning unit. Central air conditioning is a must for a great night’s sleep in the depths of summer heat and humidity