The air conditioning system in your house uses the principles of refrigeration for passing on heat out of your house and supplying cool air to your house, however there's more to it than that. Learn how your air conditioning in New Brighton maintains your house cool, and you can save more money in your pocketbook. Hot is out, cool is in When air is hot, the heat intends to move to cooler air if it's available. Your AC system is designed to use this natural occurrence to cool your home by transferring heat from the air inside your home to the air outside. However, the air outside your house is likely warmer compared to the air inside, which is the reason you need the air conditioner on from the beginning. Heat in your indoor air is transferred to outside air by the manipulation of refrigerant (temperature, state and pressure) inside your air conditioning system, similar to a see-saw effect. This is how it works:[list][*]High-pressure fluid refrigerant flows into the indoor evaporator coil below low pressure.[*]A blower pulls household air across the evaporator.[*]Heat in the warm air typically transmits to the cold refrigerant coil.[*]The household air ends up being cool and is blown into your house through the duct system.[*]The refrigerant blisters to a gas state as it takes in heat.[*]The refrigerant gas is pushed from the evaporator to the compressor.[*]The compressor presses the refrigerant to prepare it to discharge heat.[*]The hot refrigerant flows from the compressor into the condenser. Another blower draws air across the condensing coil and fins, which initiates the hot refrigerant gas to change to liquid, and transfer the heat it contains to the colder outside air.Although the outside air may be very hot, the refrigerant is significantly hotter, which enables the heat from the refrigerant to transmit to the outside air.[*]The refrigerant keeps the condenser as a cooler liquid.[*]The refrigerant flows to a valve to ready to repeat the heat transfer again.[/list]Please contact us at Marsh Heating & Air Conditioning if you would like to learn more about the details of your air conditioning system from one of our certified Roseville air conditioning specialists.