Cold Air Where You Need It
What's An Air Handler?
What does an air handler do? Quite simply, it handles your air. But what exactly does that mean? An air handler circulates and regulates indoor air and plays a vital role in the function of your HVAC systems overall performance. Air handlers optimize your system to be more energy efficient and provide higher quality air when circulating conditioned air throughout your home.
What’s the difference between an air handler and an air conditioner? An air handler uses an internal blower to distribute the conditioned air throughout your home. Air conditioners, on the other hand, function to extract heat from within the home.
Do You Need An Air Handler?
Who needs an air handler? If you have or are looking to install a split-system air conditioner or heat pump, then yes, you’ll require an air handler. Our Bryant air handlers are built to ensure freshly cooled or heated air is distributed evenly into your home. No longer will there be cold spots and unbalanced heat throughout your home.
However, systems and appliances in your home will need some tender loving care every now and then. Keep your air handler working smarter for you with a Bryant air handler.