The HVAC industry has developed new HVAC technologies with enhanced functions and system design to improve your indoor comfort while keeping your energy costs low.
The industry has experienced multiple technological advances over the recent past, including high-tech smart gadgets with long-lasting materials.
These new technologies are changing the way we cool and heat our homes and business premises. Whether you are looking to replace your system or building a new home, investing in the latest HVAC system will give you the benefits of some of the latest technology in the HVAC industry. The cooling trends include a motion-activated air conditioning system that uses sensors positioned on aluminum rods and hanging from your ceiling to monitor movement within your home. This motion then activates your HVAC system to cool or heat your home. In essence, your home’s HVAC system turns on when a person steps into your home. In turn, you significantly reduce energy consumption, helping you save on utility costs. There is also an air conditioning system that uses ice to cool your home. The system freezes water in your tank overnight, so the ice can then cool your home the next day. Thermally driven air conditioning uses solar energy and is supplemented by natural gas, making them efficient and effective cooling without hefty electricity costs. The heating system has benefited from dual fuel heat pumps that use a combination of fuel to maximize efficiency, saving you a lot of money. There are also geothermal heat pumps that provide free hot water from the earth through an underground looped pipe that absorbs heat and delivers it into your home.