We are the premier air conditioning HVAC home and commercial business repair installation in Marco Island, Florida. Due to our strategic position in the area and at the intersection between clients and manufacturers we have noticed several significant trends that will impact the industry both at production and consumer use level. These trends range from efficiency to how the machines communicate with their end-users. Shifting energy, efficiency and aesthetic standards demand lighter, more efficient and durable HVACs in the market.

  1. HVACs are Smarter. There are smart thermostats, smart tech integration as well as the internet of things (IoT) technology which allows most of the contractors to automate the services and installation and maintenance processes. This has a great impact on longevity, servicing costs and level of skill required to keep them functioning. Everything in a typical HVAC is getting master both regarding controls and the machines. The modern day HVAC has increasingly better points of data which amplifies the analytics and troubleshooting.
  2. The Search For HVAC Connected, Multifaceted Software. Contractors in the industry are always on the lookout for simple-to-use, software that contains all-in-one solutions that integrate as many HVAC processes as possible into one platform. Proper enterprise mobile software continues to be produced most of which revolutionise the process involved in delivering indoor comfort at an easier and more efficient way. Even more, contractors and manufacturers are seeking customizable software that can handle their specific HVAC designs and provide the fastest utilisation of existing analytics.

III. Rising Demand for HVAC. At an industry level, the rising demand for new real estate developments automatically raises the need for HVACs. The largest market is in commercial and mostly non-residential projects. This is because the commercial real estate’s sector has had a bigger bounce back than the residential property’s sectors after the slump. The difference can be accounted for by the jobless growth that has marred the post-2008 economic recovery. Most HVAC demands have seen a 10-20% rise.

  1. Expect Mobile-Based HVAC Maintenance Processes. The biggest innovation in the HAVC sector will be the adoption and integration of mobile based applications into the servicing, mounting and analytics processes. This makes companies that specialise in maintenance to experience remarkable growth especially when it comes to technological adoption. Most HVAC units are becoming more complex, tech savvy, more user responsive and filled up with smart sensors and data crunching features.

Many HAVC end-users will be able to adjust and monitor their units from miles away simply by checking out the reading and the analytics from whatever positions they are at. This will mean more training for the technicians, specialists, repairers and even the end users themselves.