Like other aspects of your life, technology is making everything easier and more efficient. This statement holds true for HVAC systems, which have experienced a number of advancements in recent years, providing superior comfort with minimal energy usage. Here are just a few of the technologies that are improving HVAC systems and making your Fayetteville, North Carolina, home more comfortable than ever.
One of the latest technological advancements in the world of HVAC is the smart thermostat. This handy little device not only provides pleasant indoor temperatures but it also “learns” your particular temperature habits, setting a weekly schedule entirely on its own. In addition, many of these thermostats come equipped with WiFi capabilities, letting you set the temperature from anywhere with an internet connection. Throw in the fact that they show real-time energy usage and offer reminders for filter changes and maintenance, and the smart thermostat is one of the most impressive new HVAC components.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Another interesting HVAC technology that’s changing the way people cool their homes is geothermal heating and cooling. At its most basic level, geothermal heating and cooling uses the steady underground temperature and looped piping to cool or heat your home. Using this method, your HVAC doesn’t have to work as hard to cool or heat the air before it enters the home.
Quiet Duct Wrap
Although traditional duct wrap has been around for decades, Quiet-Duct Wrap is a green product that provides superior protection from air leakage in your duct system. It’s made from recycled denim that contains no irritants and minimal volatile organic compounds. Its tight seal limits air loss, while also reducing heat transfer, making it one of the most innovative new products to hit the HVAC market in recent years.
If you’re ready to make the jump to a modern or green technology for your HVAC system, let the professionals at Bass Air Conditioning Company give you a hand. We’ll provide expert installation, service, and advice to give your home a modern makeover. Give us a call at (910) 672-8885 .
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