In many situations, contractors will blindly match equipment to get a certain SEER rating, however matching for the SEER rating and not paying attention to how the engineering aspects impact performance often results in Houston air conditioning system that will not run aggressively to remove enough heat or control humidity. Our founder David Debien, with his engineering background and through working with the engineering department of the manufacturers proved years ago, that the coil temperature must be as cold as possible and airflow at the proper rate to not only cool but dehumidify the air. This allows for proper heat removal and aggressive humidity control with the correct airflow to maximize circulation for overall greater indoor comfort. It is also our opinion that the greater the heat removal, the more aggressive the humidity control, the more comfortable you feel at a higher temperature. This means the unit will cycle less in a 24-hour period, which helps to reduce utility consumption. That’s what Central City Air thinks of as efficiency and comfort.