Keeping track of HVAC trends and technologies can help you carefully choose your next heater or air conditioner. An energy-efficient system can increase the value of your Spring Lake, North Carolina, home and make keeping your family comfortable easy. Read on to learn more about some of the latest HVAC trends, including better efficiency, lower prices and convenient controls.
As utility costs increase and more people become aware of the dangers of pollution, many homeowners will look to replace their HVAC systems with more efficient models. You, too, can reduce your utility bills and help the environment.
For better energy savings, choose a geothermal heat pump. This system works like a conventional heat pump, but it exchanges heat with the ground or a nearby body of water instead of the air. A federal tax credit can help you reduce the cost of many energy-efficient systems.
As HVAC technology improves, it becomes more affordable. For example, a ductless HVAC system has one or more indoor air handlers and an outdoor unit. These components are connected by a small conduit for refrigerant instead of through home ductwork.
You can also choose a packaged system with the indoor and outdoor units in one casing. These systems are ideal for new home additions, and they’re usually smaller and more efficient than the older systems they replace.
You can control many smart or programmable thermostats from your computer or phone. Some models can connect to cameras and motion sensors to learn your routine over time. They can adjust your system’s operations automatically when you go to sleep or leave the house. You can save energy without spending large amounts of time to program them. Many also have multiple fan settings for better comfort.
Bass Air Conditioning Company is a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, and we’ve earned the Carrier Distinguished Dealer Award. We can help you take advantage of the latest technologies and trends with a new home HVAC system installation. For excellent service, call us at (910) 672-8885 .
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