Top Seven HVAC Current Trends

Do you want to stay on top of the latest and greatest in the HVAC world?  While also continuing with tried and true methods of keeping your home at the perfect temperature all year round? Here are seven trends to help you do that.

Top Seven HVAC Trends

1. Smart Thermostats

A smart thermostat is now available that allows you to manage your heating and cooling remotely, even through your smartphone. Not only does this make your life more convenient, but it can also help you to save money on energy costs.

A local experienced HVAC company can replace your old manual thermostat with a Wi-Fi-enabled model. This smart thermostat can connect to your home’s central hub and become a crucial part of your smart home.

2. Improved Cooling

In today’s impressive digital age, improved cooling technology can go a long way toward keeping you and your family cool even during the height of a heatwave.

3. Zones

Zoning can effectively turn one heating and cooling system into a multi-faceted system with two or more areas that have separate climate control settings. We can introduce zoning systems similar to installing a series of dampers in the ductwork and adding thermostats for each zone, which can help take your comfort and energy savings to the next level.

For larger homes, cooling in specific zones makes a lot of sense. You can plan on keeping one part of your home warmer than another and allowing you to customize the way your home feels while saving energy in the process.

4. Preventive Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance ensures that your system is serviced regularly and is ALWAYS running correctly. Also, with an annual maintenance plan, you can prevent costly repairs and experience worry-free comfort for years to come. It will help to extend the life of your equipment and protect your manufacturer’s warranty. Plus, you get discounts on any repairs performed during your maintenance visit.

5. Central Humidifier

It continues to be a great idea to add a central humidifier for your HVAC System. A central humidifier is a piece of equipment that is hardwired into your home’s heating and air conditioning unit and then hooked up to the house’s plumbing to moisturizes the air with water vapor when needed regularly.

6. Aeroseal Duct Sealing

Leaky ducts can be a significant energy waste for your HVAC system. The problem can be quickly solved through the use of a sealing product such as aeroseal duct sealing. The aeroseal duct sealing works to seal leaks and make your system more efficient. Compared to ductwork replacement, this option is considerably more cost- and time-effective.

7. Focus on Efficiency

The efficiency of modern units today might be enough to convince you to make a switch to a newer system. The newer units on the market today utilize far less energy to produce the same or better results. Efficiency is key. Is your current HVAC system Energy Star certified? If not, you could be wasting substantial money and energy every time you heat or cool your home. Energy Star certified HVAC systems have met or exceeded national efficiency standards. They can help you go green while lowering your utility bills.

Save time, energy, money, and frustration by scheduling fall furnace maintenance. Automate your home maintenance by signing for your annual HVAC tune-ups. If you have any problems with your HVAC system or want a maintenance check, call Trust Heating & Air at 678-926-9676?

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