You can’t own a home or operate a business efficiently here in Colorado without an effective HVAC system in place. But having a HVAC system isn’t good enough; focusing on energy efficiency is also important. When you focus on installing the best in your home or business environment, the complete HVAC system will be more effective, be more energy wise, and cost less both on repairs and replacement in the future.
What does HVAC stand for?
HVAC is the abbreviation for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. That describes the system in full, with each piece contributing to the effectiveness of how comfortable your home is each month of the year.
The HVAC system is an integrated system that provides heating in the winter, cooling in the summer, all operating through a ventilation system that weaves airflow to every room in your home. These systems operate together. They use the same ventilation system, are controlled by the same thermostat, and also include an air filtration system that ensures the equipment and your air supply are fresh and clean.
Heating operates either through a furnace or a boiler sending heat throughout the structure. Air conditioning works in reverse, removing heat from the inside and sending it to the outside, replacing it with cooled air. In some cases, these pieces of equipment are thought of as separate functions, with each maintained on their own. But in reality, if you think of them as a common function, an integrated solution can provide you with a lot more benefits.
With today’s technology, you can establish the temperature you desire inside, in different zones of your home, and have your HVAC system respond. Colorado is notorious for 30, 40, 50 degree variances or more on a single day. That means you could be using your heat in the morning, the air conditioning in the afternoon, and switch back to heat as you snuggle in for the evening. The right integrated system can do that for you, automatically, without having to think.
Control it at the touch of a button. Control it with an app from your phone. It’s easy to stay comfortable every single day of the year when you put a little thought into how your HVAC works.