Is it time for a new air conditioning system for your home? During your research, you may have seen the terms single-stage and two-stage. Both single-stage and two-stage air conditioning will keep your family comfortable, but they both have pros and cons.


Two-stage air conditioning units and heat pumps are specifically designed to keep you comfortable and preform extremely efficiently. Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning Sales and Service knows the struggle of trying to stay cool during the intense Texas summer. We carry several options for your cooling needs, and have expertly trained, NATE certified technicians who are ready to create a custom solution for you today.


What’s the difference between Single-Stage and Two-Stage?


The main difference between single-stage and two-stage cooling systems is the type of compressor the systems use. A single-stage system uses a compressor that has one level of operation, this works to cool your home at 100% when it is in use. Two-stage air conditioning uses a compressor with two levels, a lower level and a high setting which works similar to a single-stage unit.


The second setting on a two-stage system is designed to keep your home cool in milder weather. The two-stage system operates on the lower level by default and switches to the higher level when it needs to, keeping your energy bills low.


Why should you consider two-stage cooling?


Residents of San Antonio, TX and the surrounding areas deal with high temperatures and humidity for longer periods of time. Dealing with the intense Texas weather is a full-time jo for your air conditioner. Because your air conditioner works tirelessly throughout the year to keep your home cool, a two-stage unit allows for greater energy efficiency.


Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning Sales and Service is ready to help you take control of your homes comfort and your energy bills with a two-stage air conditioning system. Contact us today to learn more about two-stage cooling systems or to schedule a free estimate.