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Summers on Long Island mean heat and humidity. Sunray has all of the tools you need to stay cool as the temperatures rise. We offer all sizes of home or business cooling systems for the residents of Nassau and Suffolk County. Our air conditioning solutions include everything from installation and repair to maintenance and replacement. We carry all makes and models of cooling systems, from today’s top manufacturers.

Our team of HVAC experts has over 20 years of experience with all phases of air cooling systems. Whether you need service or replacement of a central air conditioning system, heat pump, or ductless mini split, our team will work quickly and efficiently to get your home cool and comfortable. We are trained to use the latest diagnostic equipment to trace the source of any home cooling problem and resolve it as soon as possible.

At Sunray Services, your satisfaction is our guarantee. Our goal is not only to keep your home cool and comfortable, but we will also work to lower your energy bills at the same time. We are leading the industry for our outstanding commitment to providing the best service and quality to our customers. Call us today at 631-862-5049 to speak to one of our cooling system experts about a free in-home consultation.

Air Conditioners:
• SEER: SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the measure of efficiency by which the cooling process of air conditioners and heat pumps is rated. The higher the SEER rating, the greater the efficiency – and therefore greater energy savings.

• Single-Stage Compressor: Single Stage Compressors operate on a basic on/off principle. Each time your thermostat calls for cooling, your air conditioning system comes on at 100% capacity.

• Two-Stage Compressor: Two Stage Compressors are capable of two levels of operation, a low stage and a high stage. Properly sized equipment will operate 80% of the time in low stage, enhancing efficiency and comfort with lower humidity levels and quieter operation. It’s like getting two air conditioners in one system.

• Refrigerant: R-410a (also known as Puron) is an environmentally-sound refrigerant designed to not harm the earth’s ozone layer. Federal law requires that all manufacturers phase out R-22 (better known as Freon) and other ozone-depleting refrigerants in the next few years. R-410a refrigerant is approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency as a replacement for R-22.

• Dehumidification Mode: The process of varying air flow and compressor operation can allow certain air conditioning applications to manage exact indoor humidity levels.

Heat Pumps:
• HSPF: The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor is a measure of the heating efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the HSPF number, the more efficiently the heat pump heats your home.

• SEER: SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is the measure of efficiency by which the cooling process of air conditioners and heat pumps is rated. The higher the SEER rating, the greater the efficiency – and therefore greater energy savings.

• Refrigerant: R-410a (also known as Puron) is an environmentally-sound refrigerant designed to not harm the earth’s ozone layer. Federal law requires that all manufacturers phase out R-22 (better known as Freon) and other ozone-depleting refrigerants in the next few years. R-410a refrigerant is approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency as a replacement for R-22.

• Standard Blower: A standard blower delivers a specified amount of air flow based on a tap setting.

• Variable-Speed Blower: A high efficiency blower that is designed to deliver a varying amount of air flow based on the desired outcome. These blowers increase the effectiveness of humidification, dehumidification, air filtration and balance of air flow.

• Humidification: This is the process of adding moisture to the air by using a whole house humidifier. During the winter months, heated air can make your house too dry. Adding moisture protects your furnishings and reduces static electricity. Coupling a humidifier to a variable-speed blower gives you the ability to manage your humidity to the exact level you would like.

• Dehumidification Mode: The process of varying air flow and compressor operation can allow certain air conditioning applications to manage exact indoor humidity levels.