Remodeling your home? Thinking of adding a new furnace and air conditioner to make your home more comfortable? If you haven’t looked at HVAC technology for a while, you’re in for a surprise. Today’s technology makes it easy to stay comfortable and improve efficiency too.
Yet selecting new equipment isn’t as easy as ordering it online. You can’t base the next twenty years of heating and cooling based on a coupon you receive in the mail.
There are many new improvements to the way Coloradans heat and cool their homes. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Smart heating and cooling
The Internet of Things (IoT) is impacting everything in your daily life. It improves the way your car drives. It can have coffee ready for you when you rise for the day. It helps you record your favorite television shows. And it can make your home’s heating and cooling system be more efficient too. Smart technology in your heating and cooling system can:
You’ll be surprised at what new equipment can do.
Another entry to the HVAC world is geothermal heat pumps. They work similarly to refrigerators to transport heat. A traditional heating system works by burning fuel. With geothermal technology, it uses underground pipes known as loops to draw heat from the earth and use that as a heating source. It finds this heat year-round, no matter what the temperature is like outside.
Geothermal loops contain a chemical that absorbs heat and transports it to the pump. From there, it exchanges with a refrigerant that creates heat vapor. It moves through a heat exchanger and into a duct system, where it heats a home or building. It has many benefits including:
What’s the right way to heat and cool your home?
Thanks to today’s technology, there are many ways to heat and cool your home efficiently. If you’re ready to upgrade or replace your existing technology, find out what’s the best way to heat and cool your home in the years ahead.