Save On Your Hcav System
HVAC, the name Heat Ventilation Air conditioning represents the complete temperature of your house or building system. It needs to be designed well and installed in the right position so that it delivers you better results. It should be of a good quality so that it consumes less energy and provide sufficient indoor air quality while controlling the temperature.
Maintenance of furnace and air conditioning system is important!
Regular maintenance of furnace, heating device and air conditioning system is important so that it delivers better results. If it is maintained well then it proves better in terms of energy efficiency. If not cleaned on a regular basis, if there is leaky ac ducts which is ignored then your electric bills will be higher. Your air conditioning system may consume more power than usual.
Careful selection of the equipment is required so that heating, cooling and ventilation is provided properly. It ensures energy efficiency and provides cooling and heating needs. It also helps control humidity, air quality which includes both indoor and outdoor air quality. Choose the one which has a good SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). It offers higher efficiency if your AC system SEER is high. Similarly, it also proves its energy efficiency based on the SEER rating.
It makes possible lower cooling costs in order to better the energy efficiency of your HVAC system. You would have saved a great deal through out the year, the savings itself may total up to the price of the purchase of new unit. Dont you want to have a good system installed so that you can save a lot?
It is possible to see significant savings in cooling costs by upgrading to a more efficient air conditioner, For example, an upgrade from a rating of nine (older unit) to 13 (base seer rating now) could translate into almost a third less energy used per season. This can potentially result in hundreds of dollars of savings per year.
Although there are many different types of air handling units, for general IAQ implications in schools, air handling units can be divided into two groups: unit ventilators and individual heat pump units that serve a single room without ducts; and central air handling units that serve several rooms via duct work. Unit ventilators and heat pumps have the advantage of reduced floor space requirements, and they do not recirculate air between rooms. However, it is more difficult to assure proper maintenance of multiple units over time, and they present additional opportunities for moisture problems through the wall penetration and from drain pan and discharge problems. Central air handling units have a number of advantages as compared to unit ventilators and heat pumps serving individual rooms.