HVAC unit possess both heating and cooling capability in a single unit resulting in immediate saving on construction space, power usage and installation fees. HVAC systems also run on renewable energy sources such as wind or solar enabling you to take full advantage of alternative energy saving.
HVAC is an important part of residential structures such as single family homes, apartment buildings, hotels and senior living facilities, medium to large industrial and office buildings such as skyscrapers and hospitals, onboard vessels, and in marine environments, where safe and healthy building conditions are regulated with respect to temperature and humidity, using fresh air from outdoors.
With the installation of an HVAC system, not only the outside air is in the system filtered but the inside air also gets cleansed clearing out germs and allergens. HVAC also ensures moisture level is regulated and consistent. An HVAC system can help you reduce your energy cost.
More than half of the energy used in the typical home goes to heating and cooling. That’s why as a homeowner, it is imperative to make smart decisions about your home’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning HVAC System. It can make all the difference in your utility bills and your comfort.
KEY BENEFITS OF A NEW HVAC SYSTEM:
Cost savings. Replacing an older system with a high efficiency one can save literally thousands of dollars in fuel costs. Many older systems operate around 65% AFUE (annual fuel utilization efficiency), with the remaining 35% simply lost. New high efficiency systems offer AFUE ratings well over 90%, which is great for both your bottom line and the environment. High efficiency systems often pay for themselves in a few years or less.
Comfort control. Thanks to variable-speed technology, modulating gas valves and other 21st century advances, modern high efficiency systems produce more even heating; maintain temperature at a more constant level; provide more consistent air flow; and offer superior humidity control compared to older systems.
Superior air flow. High efficiency systems feature variable speed motors that ensure consistent air flow throughout your home. Not only does better air flow translate into better regulated temperature, it also helps to remove air impurities, prevent mold and simply create a more pleasant and healthy breathing environment, with the help of an upgraded filtration system.
Peace and quiet. The high-tech sound absorbing materials in modern high efficiency systems make operating noise non-existent compared to older models, ensuring your HVAC system is felt but not heard.
Longer operating life. As high efficiency systems minimize on-and-off cycling, they typically require less extreme repairs (when properly maintained) and will last longer than lower efficiency systems.
Environmental impact. In this case, what’s good for your home and your wallet is also good for the Earth. High efficiency systems use one-third less fuel as compared to older models, which means less waste and better conservation of natural resources.
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