Newer generation heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment often has dual or variable speed drives. A traditional HVAC compressor is either on or off, blowing conditioned air at full blast until the desired temperature is reached. It then turns off, allowing indoor temperatures to fluctuate. When the temperature rises, the unit again comes on. Variable speed drives minimize fluctuations in temperature, keeping the indoor environment more comfortable. Here are a few advantages of variable speed systems.
Cooling season can be costly for Brevard County homeowners.You want to keep energy costs low, but indoor comfort during the hot and muggy summers requires a lot of cool air. Here are four energy efficient ideas to help you have it all during AC season:
The air inside your home can harbor a variety of pollutants that compromise its breathability, causing discomfort and often compounding asthma and allergy symptoms. And the more well-sealed your home, the higher the level of airborne pollutants can be since these particles — which include dust, dust mites, pollen, pet dander, and smoke from cooking or cigarettes — are trapped inside your home, building up over time. Add to these particulates various microorganisms such as mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses, and you have a veritable petri dish of unhealthy substances that can invade your home. But, thanks to modern air purification technology, indoor air quality issues such as these can be easily corrected. The current crop of air quality solutions includes space age products that bring the technology of the future to your home today. By combining the right HVAC system components, you can create a multiple-step system that helps ensure that every type of indoor pollutant is addressed and handled in the appropriate manner: either by removal or destruction.