The Latest HVAC Technologies
Residential HVAC systems have been around for quite some time, but that doesn’t there isn’t any room for improvement. Countless new upgrades and features have made these systems more efficient and useful than ever.
Here is a closer look at some of the hottest new HVAC technology and what it can do for your and your family.
Long gone are the days in which someone actually has to be at your home’s thermostat to adjust the temperature.
WiFi thermostats allow Glendale homeowners to control their HVAC system from anywhere in the world through their smartphone or tablet PC.
In addition to being extremely convenient, these devices can also save you money by giving you full control over when the heating and cooling systems turn on and off. These devices can also provide useful feedback such as when the air filters need to be changed or if the system needs to be serviced.
Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioners
In many Glendale homes and businesses, it is not practical to have ducts running to every single room in the building. This is why many people have turned to ductless mini-split air conditioners for zoned climate control. Instead of drawing in cold air from a centralized system, these devices produce the cold air on their own.
They are installed on an outward facing wall and pull in the air without using ducts. For many families, this will save quite a bit of money as they are only cooling a single room instead of their whole house.
Radiant heating is not exactly a new concept, but this technology is now being applied to a variety of amazing new HVAC devices. Unlike traditional furnaces, radiant heaters do not use a heating source such as an open flame to keep the house warm. Instead, these heaters actually produce the same rays as the sun.
They can be installed in walls, floors, or even the ceiling for zoned climate control. Radiant heaters also begin working instantly and will stay warm for quite some time after they have been turned off. Due to the fact that they do not have any moving parts, they require very little maintenance and rarely break down.
If you are a resident of Glendale, AZ would like to learn more about some of the latest HVAC technology,call Christian Brothers Plumbing, Air Conditioning, and Electrical today at (623) 499-9794.