There is a large market for air conditioning HVAC home commercial business repair installation in Naples, Florida. HVAC which simply stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning are three different functions that are usually combined into one in most modern units. Depending on your preference, warm or cooled air or even dehumidified air flows through a series of pipes and gets distributed throughout the house. The most preferred HVAC is a central HVAC system which is the quietest and most efficient means to regulate the entire home.
Typically 44% of the utility bills in most homes goes towards paying for heating and cooling. Unless you live in a temperate climate, this bill will tend to stay high throughout the year in most homes. Most modern day HVAC systems are very energy efficient and quiet. A great HVAC system works alongside an efficient furnace, an air conditioner and a heat pump. Such a whole house approach is highly effective. With proper weatherization, insulation and thermostat settings you can reduce your overall power bills by up to 50%.
We always advise that anyone seeking to have these major HVAC appliances should make sure that they meet the required regulatory standards, chief among them is the Title-24 energy efficiency standards. Most HVACs units are usually matched with gas or oil furnace to supply heat through the same set of pipes, known as ducts. There are also a number of effective central HVACs which combine heating and cooling functions. A well-functioning modern HVAC can supply up to three times more heat than the electrical energy that it consumes.
A typical HVAC is called a split system since there is a condenser (outdoor unit) and an evaporator coil (indoor unit). The work of a heat pump in a HVAC is to transport heat from one of these units to the other. A substance within the HVAC called a refrigerant carries the heat from one area to another. The work of the heat pump is always to move heat from outside to warm your house. It has the capacity to squeeze heat even from the pretty cool air and supply it to the home.
Besides the split system type of HVAC, there is also a packaged system that combines both the condensing system and the evaporator coil into one outdoor unit. None is better than the other, so whichever one you choose should depend on your personal preference, type of weather, costs and construction. The Units efficiency of a HVAC is measured in Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). The minimum SEER rates for a high-end HVAC is 14.5. It should also have an Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 12.0 for a split system and 11.0 for package HVACs.