We all rely on your HVAC system in the summer to keep us cool on those hot days. However, most of us don’t understand that our HVAC systems work hard all year long.
During the summer, the HVAC pumps cooled air throughout the system. However, its function switches to heating in the colder months.
This Unit Contains Three Parts:
- The Burner, heat exchanger, vent and draft inducer
- Safety devices and controls
- The Blower
Here is a basic explanation of how the heating process works. It begins when the furnace combines the air in the system with fuel allowing the electronic igniter to spark the mixture. The heated air then rises through the heat exchanger above the burner, continuing to heat the air, which circulates through the building.
Make Your HVAC System More Efficient For Heating
HVAC systems must provide proper ventilation to create a comfortable and healthy environment. Traditionally, the HVAC system uses air ducts to provide a balanced system of airflow throughout the building.
There Aare Two Newer And More Efficient Systems:
- The HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilator)
- The ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator)
These draw in outside or exhaust room air and push it through the system. The result is efficient ventilation control and oxygen replenishment. They also remove moisture, odors, smoke, heat, dust, airborne bacteria, carbon dioxide, and other gases from the air.
The thermostat is the brain of the operation. Most electronic programmable thermostats feature multi-day settings, multi-period-per-day settings, hold, override, and even a filter change reminder. However, Newer models include Wi-Fi and other technology that allows you to control your thermostat remotely. A programmable thermostat can help you keep your system optimized, which saves energy by allowing adjust the temperature when you are away.
If your HVAC system is older and you are questioning its efficiency, try pairing it with a smart thermostat to help it do its job. Reducing the workload on your HVAC equipment helps your system work at its best, and possibly extends its life.
A Few Tips To Get the Most Out of Your HVAC System
- An annual check-up will go a long way in keeping your system at peak performance, lowering HVAC system cost over time, and ensuring your comfort and health.
- Replace your filter regularly. A fresh filter will extend the life of your HVAC unit, keep energy costs down, and, most importantly, sustain a healthy air quality.
- Finally, Install CryoGenX4 and permanently restore lost cooling capacity and reduces carbon emissions, energy consumption, and costs.