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York is one of the most trusted and respected names in the heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry. The company has been around for more than 130 years and owns a number of pioneering achievements, including the development of the first successful room air conditioner.

York is also the company that heats and cools some of the world’s most recognizable buildings, including the U.S. Capitol building, India’s Taj Mahal, the Sydney Opera House and the entire U.S. Navy nuclear submarine fleet – not to mention many of the homes and businesses belonging to your neighbors and friends.

Innovation is in the very DNA of the York business model. So, it should come as no surprise that York continues to lead the way in technological development for the heating and cooling industry. And that certainly includes two recent products now available for residential usage.

    • The York TCHD Air Conditioner

    • The York AffinityTM UVC Light

The York TCHD Air Conditioner offers powerful cooling in an efficient package that takes up almost no space on its own.

Meanwhile, the York Affinity UVC Light mixes space-age technology with common-sense simplicity in order to provide a level of cleanliness and comfort previously reserved for specific commercial needs.

Both of these products serve very specific needs and demonstrate York’s commitment to supplying consumers with practical mechanisms aimed at improving everyday life. It is a commitment that has earned York the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval and is certainly worth discussing with your York provider.

TCHD Air Conditioner

So, what happens if you are in need of a new air conditioning unit but do not have the luxury of acreage around your home? Or, what if you have a very specific space that needs cooling but do not need to pursue a huge air conditioning unit?

York’s TCHD Air Conditioner may be just the answer you’re looking for.

Requiring only a 6-inch clearance the TCHD Air Conditioner nevertheless provides the cooling power of much larger units. In fact, its small footprint is ideal for zero lot line installations.

And yet, as you would expect from modern HVAC technology, it is also incredibly efficient, producing a cool home environment at SEER ratings of 13-16 (depending on which model you install).

The TCHD Air Conditioner does this by establishing a superior heat exchange surface via its horizontal discharge. And its performance incorporates the dependability and workhorse abilities of all York products. It’s enhanced coil protection, including advanced coil guard, helps keep its coils free of debris and reduces the chances of failure due to foreign object interference.

It also represents an environmentally friendly advancement in HAVC, as its R-410A refrigerant absorbs and releases heat more efficiently, saving energy and lowering your carbon footprint.

This small but powerful air conditioning unit also features York’s Innovative QuietDrive sound reduction technology, that reduces sound levels to no more than that of a typical kitchen dishwasher.

In other words, you have to work hard to either see or hear the TCHD Air Conditioner working. But you will know it is doing its job by the comfort you feel throughout your home. And because it features 10-year compressor, 10-year parts and 1-year labor limited warranties you can rest assured that it will keep you cool and relaxed through years of even the most sweltering north Georgia summers.

The York AffinityTM Ultraviolet Germicidal Light

Modern homes and advancements in the understanding of thermal dynamics and energy efficiency means that our houses have never been better sealed. The result is that comforting and refreshing air is kept inside, while the elements are shut out more effectively than ever before.

This also presents a bit of a catch 22, however, in that the cozy air that stays inside our homes – despite feeling so good – also contains contaminants, such as mold, bacteria, viruses and pollutants that get trapped and recycled through our homes. These are the types of objects that can trigger allergic reactions, asthma attacks or even make us sick.

So, what is the solution?

To that question, York offers the York Affinity Ultraviolet Germicidal Light.

Mounted inside your HVAC system near the indoor coil where mold and microbes may grow, the York Affinity UVC Light actually destroys the DNA of living organisms. Used in combination with a high-efficiency air cleaner will improve the hygiene of the conditioned air circulating through your home, while keeping your system running cleaner and more efficiently.

The York Affinity UVC Light’s penetrating ultraviolet rays actually destroy microbial growth, removing the threats from the air you breathe, so you can feel both cozier and more secure in knowing your family is better protected than ever before.

As with all York products, both the Affinity UVC Light and TCHD Air Conditioner are designed, engineered and assembled right here in the United States. And those HVAC contractors qualified to install York products must meet a number of strenuous requirements in order to become a York licensed retailer, so that you can be sure that every York product you purchase will be utilized to great effect.

York dealers are also trained to evaluate your home based on factors such as your size, age, number of rooms, climate characteristics and utility costs, as well as your family’s comfort needs, lifestyle and budget.

And York also offers the YorkCare Comfort Plan – designed to maintain your new system and provide total contractor-assured protection that ensures your unit is effective and efficient for years to come.

If you are interested in learning more about any York system – including the Affinity UVC Light and TCHD Air Conditioner – please contact York dealers such as Conditioned Air Systems, which has served homes throughout north Georgia for over four decades. Call Conditioned Air Systems today at 770-536-7509.

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