What Is HVAC?
The term is thrown around casually by contractors, construction workers, even the maintenance person in an office building, maybe you even know that it has something to do with air conditioning, but how much do you really know about HVAC?
HVAC is an acronym that stands for? Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning? and is the accepted term for the air conditioning and heating systems installed in homes and buildings around the country. The new acronym is a result of the changing nature of controlling indoor climates; while heating and air conditioning were formerly separate systems, the two are now combined in a single system that has additional capabilities including air ventilation and filtering.
What does an HVAC system do?
- Air Conditioning for cooling
- Ventilation for fresh air throughout your home
- Air filtration for cleanliness and health
- Monitors both air flow and air temperature
How will an HVAC improve your residence or place of business?
Advances in technology have changed the nature of heating and cooling the interiors of buildings, both private and commercial. The new HVAC technology will improve your interior environment in several important ways:
- Noise control? new systems are quieter than ever before.
- Lower energy costs with smarter technology including automated thermostats and integrated sensors to monitor temperatures in multiple rooms.
- Increased efficiency means that the temperature is controlled more accurately with less energy, leading to less energy consumption overall and a decreased effect on the environment.
- Healthier air due to advanced filtration techniques.
- Easier to use. Recent models have a user-friendly thermostat so you can make the most out of your HVAC.
HVAC is more than just an acronym, it is a way to improve the environment in your home in both comfort and hygiene. Monitor and control the temperature in specific parts of your home with advanced heating and air conditioning while bringing fresh air into each room. HVAC goes beyond traditional furnaces or window air conditioning units by taking comfort, environmental concern, and efficiency into account.