Technology in the HVAC industry is evolving. That’s why it’s important to keep up with new and improved products to add to your home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. By adding this HVAC technology to your home, you’ll start saving on your energy bills right away:
Home automation is rapidly becoming a popular way to run your home. With home automation, you can use smartphones, apps, and connected thermostats to control and monitor your HVAC system. Through internet connectivity and cloud-based computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) lets your home’s smart devices “talk” to each other to seamlessly automate your home’s appliances.
Adding connected thermostats to your HVAC system can help you regulate the temperature of your home or even individual rooms throughout the day. You can set the thermostat to turn the air conditioner or heater on an hour before you arrive home. You can also set it to turn off when you leave. By controlling the temperature of your home more efficiently, you’ll use less energy and save money.
Installing a ductless system can also help you see savings on your energy bill. Ductless systems sit in specific rooms or zones in your home. They only heat and cool the rooms that you use. Ductless systems are clean, quiet and energy efficient, making them a great HVAC technology.
Energy Recovery Ventilator
Ventilating systems pull stale air out of your home while bringing in clean, pre-filtered air. They can greatly improve your indoor air quality, benefiting your family’s health and comfort. Because the ventilator has pre-cleaned the incoming air, your HVAC system won’t have to work so hard to remove dirt, dust and pollutants. When your HVAC system runs cleaner, it uses less energy and can help to reduce energy bills.
If you would like to learn more about improving indoor air quality and installing advanced HVAC technology, Preferred Air Conditioning & Mechanical, LLC can help. Call us today at 561-202-1422. We’re here to help you take advantage of the latest HVAC technology.
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