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Air Conditioning (AC) Repair & Installation Services in Westminster South Carolina

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Air Conditioning Installation & Repairs Contractor

Air Conditioning (AC) Repair & Installation Services in Westminster South Carolina


Nobile Air and Heat LLC Proudly Serves Westminster, Clemson, Seneca, and Walhalla.

AC (Air Conditioning) Specialists in Westminster, SC

Noble Air and Heat is your #1 HVAC contractor in Westminster, SC, and surrounding areas. We are a leading company for all your air conditioning repair, service, installation, and replacement. If you need AC repairs, maintenance or a brand new air conditioner, we have just what you need. We are qualified professionals that can work on all types of AC units including Carrier, Trane, York, Amana, and other major brands.

We are proud to offer the highest quality service for your air conditioning needs, and aim to educate and inform you so you can make the best decisions. We offer solutions, not problems! Noble Air and Heat offers a transparent and honest experience. We just think honest is the best way to do business, and we think you will also.

Air Conditioning Basic Components

There are four main components to an air conditioning system.

The Condenser: The condenser is the outside metal unit. This is where the gas from the compressor is condensed into a liquid. The gas entering the condenser is very hot and the temperature is then lowered, so the gas can be converted back into a liquid.

The Compressor: The compressor is located inside the condenser and circulates the pressurized refrigerant, to concentrate the heat, and then changes the low pressure gas to high pressure.

The Evaporator: The evaporator is the located inside the home and simply absorbs the heat from the home.

The Expansion Valve: The expansion valve controls the amount of refrigerant in your cooling system.

All of these components are connected with copper tubing which handles the refrigeratnt, creating a closed loop cooling system. Basically the heat is collected in the evaporator, sent outside to the condenser, then the heat is removed, and the air is cooled and recirculated back into your home.

Air Conditioning System Facts

One common myth is that the air conditioner doesn’t create cool air. The AC process actually removes the heat from the air. Your air conditioner uses a chemical called refrigerant to remove the heat and transfer it outside of your home. The warm air runs through the AC lines and coils in the unit which converts from a liquid to gas and back to a liquid. During this process, the refrigerant removes the heat and transfers it elsewhere so when the air comes out the other side, it is cool.

Your Air Conditioner will remove humidity. Lower humidy helps control the overall comfort level of your home by making you feel cooler even if the temperature is the same.

Your Air Filter Does Need to be checked and replaced every three to six months*. Replacing your air filter for your HVAC system is essential to running your AC system efficiently, saving you money, and keeping your air conditioning system lasting longer.

Your Air Conditioning System does require Maintenance. No matter what type of air conditioner your home has, it requires regular checkups to keep it running at its best. Having regularly schedule annual preventative maintenance will give your cooling system longer life with fewer breakdowns overall.

SEER – Seasonal Energy Efficienty Ratio. Seer measures the efficiency of your air conditioning and heat pump cooling. This is calculated by the cooling output for a typical cooling season divided by the total electric energy input during the same time frame. A higher SEER rating means a greater energy efficient system.

If you have any questions concerning your HVAC system and how to keep your AC running smoothly, or if you need repairs or service, call Noble Air and Heat today!

*Check manufacturer’s recommendations.

Noble Air and Heat Contractors in Westminster, SC

Noble Air and Heat LLC
  202 Oconee Ave.
Westminster, SC 29693

SC License #38870,
Insured, & Bonded


  Mon-Fri 8am - 6pm
  Appointments Available on Request






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