Your HVAC system isn’t the only technology that can make your Hope Mills, North Carolina, home more comfortable. Devices like zoning systems, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and programmable thermostats can help you save energy without feeling too warm or cold. Read on to learn more about these comfort technologies and how they can make you feel more comfortable in your home.
A heater or air conditioner with zoning uses separate thermostats to control the temperature of each room or zone in your house. It lets you avoid the wasted energy of conditioning unoccupied rooms. People will stay more comfortable since they can choose the temperatures they prefer for their bedrooms. You can also have a smaller, less expensive HVAC system installed. Some zoning systems have dampers in the ductwork to direct conditioned air where you need it. Others have more than one indoor unit in a ductless system.
Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers
The air in winter is normally drier than in summer, and your heater removes even more moisture from the air. A humidifier can prevent dry skin, cracked lips, eye irritation, nosebleeds and other symptoms caused by dry air. It can also save energy by making lower temperatures feel more comfortable. In the summer, a dehumidifier will make hot, stuffy air feel cooler. It’ll allow you to stay comfortable and use your AC system less.
A programmable or smart thermostat can turn your heater or air conditioner down or off while you’re at work or asleep. It can also turn your HVAC system back on before you wake up or come home. Many models can connect wirelessly to cameras or motion sensors. That way, they can learn your routine over time, and you won’t have to program them from scratch. As a result, they can help you save energy and money.
Bass Air Conditioning Company is a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer with more than 65 years of heating and cooling experience. We can help keep your family comfortable with a variety of HVAC equipment and accessories. For excellent service and more information about the latest home comfort technologies, call us at (910) 672-8885 .
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