In Summer, the HVAC cost
including energy consumption and AC repair cost increasing
more than it should. I am saying “more than it should” because, in Summer, it
is understandable to end up with much higher energy consumption bill since you
will most probably use the central air conditioner in your house more than the Summertime.
But you should not let the HVAC cost more than what is a must.
To ensure you don’t spend more on your air
than you should, here are 4 effective ways you can do so –
Due to the popularity of the HVAC system and its use in households and facilities, many manufacturers and their engineering team worked their brains off to ensure consumers are getting maximum efficiency from the unit. Sometimes the target of increased efficiency involves ensuring less consumption, sometimes the goal is to increase the lifespan of the air conditioning units and sometimes the aim is to keep relatively bigger space controlled in terms of temperature with a relatively small AC unit. These are the primary reason why we see diversified HVAC systems in the market.
They differ in size, functionality, energy consumptions, capacity, portability and efficiency. These heating and cooling units are broadly categorized into 6 different types on the basis of their work function.
1. Heat Pump
2. Water Source Heat Pump
3. Rooftop Units
4. Split HVAC System
5. Ductless HVAC system
6. Packaged HVAC system