Buying HVAC system is an expensive investment that is why you should know something about the product you are going to buy so you can make better choice and choose the best HVAC for your home or office.  There are some basic things you should know about HVAC system to make your investment beneficial and durable. Here we will explain some things to help you out in this matter.

We will provide some fundamental mechanics of HAVC system.

How does ductless HVAC system work?

A ductless HVAC system is not like a traditional HVAC system, that takes the air outside through ducts and then cool it and bring it back to the room through ducts. Ductless HVAC systems have two units; indoor unit and outdoor unit. The warm air in the room absorbed into the indoor unit and gets cold through evaporator coils. The refrigerant gas absorbs the heat and turns it into cool air.

The refrigerant gas compresses the hot air that compresses the air and push it towards the condenser coils. The air is cooled through condenser coils that transform the air from gas to cold liquid. Then it is pushed towards expansion device that makes it colder and then blown out into the room. This process keeps on in a cycle until the room reaches the pre-set temperature on the thermostat.

The main working part of indoor unit is the compressor that pumps air into the coils and pressurize it to the coils to cool down and change its state. Next step is the expansion valve that again transforms the liquid into lighter and colder gas state through evaporator coils. In the last step HVACs fan blows out the transformed cool air into the room. CoolAir HVAC system has another benefit and that it also works as moisture and fungus eradicator and makes the room moisture free and improves the air quality.

Another part that is extractable in indoor unit is filter that prevents the dust particles to go inside the unit and protect evaporator coils. There are two filters installed in indoor units and keeping them clean safeguards the internal parts of the unit.

Outdoor unit throws out all the heat removed from the room outside.

How HVAC provides heat in cold weather?

Air conditioners with electric heat are simply air conditioners with a built-in space heater. An electric current heats the heating element inside the unit, and a fan pushes this heat into the room—your hair dryer works the same way. Electric heat can be more comfortable in climates where the average winter temperature is below 45°F.

HVAC system not only provides cool air but also generates warm air to regulate the environment in cold weather. This DC inverter technology works on the reverse principle of cooling the air. HVAC system is suitable to use in any kinds of weather from extreme cold to extreme hot and eliminates the need of two appliances for the separate seasons. Thus, it proves to be very cost effective as you don’t need to spend money on heating appliances. These HVACs work best in cold weather and effectively provides air regulation. HVAC turns air into heat through electric current and fan blows it out. Therefore, HVAC systems are excellent for cold weathers.


What are Energy Star Labels?

Energy Star label means that the HVAC system is energy efficient and eco-friendly. The appliances with energy star label can save up to 20% of average home electricity consumption and lower the bills. Moreover, energy star label appliances do not emit greenhouse gas and contribute in environment protection.


Tips to make you home cooler in summer

In summer it becomes essential that your house remains cool and relaxing from the beginning of the season till the end of hot and humid weather. To achieve this HVAC system is the best option. Most the people already have this system installed in their houses and wisely so. A dependable and maintained HVAC system saves you from the heat of the summers as well as the cold of the winters. But to keeping it running smoothly during summers and avoid any unpleasant sweaty days because of the service and maintenance problem follow these tips to keep your home cool and HVAC happy throughout summer.

1-Clean air filters improve the performance of the cooling of HVAC. The vent system throws out all the humidity and foul air in the room and with it the dust gets absorbed but air filters block them going into the system and the dust particles accumulate on the surface of the filters. If the filters are not being cleaned timely, their blockage can make it hard for the cooling air to come out of the vents. Moreover, these clogged filters make the HVAC system work longer and put a lot of load on the cooling system to regulate the temperature in the room. All this results in heavy consumption of electricity and lesser life of your HVAC system. So, clean indoor and outdoor filters can keep your house cool.


2-People tend to postpone checking the capability of their HVAC system until the summers fully comes. Often when you need your cooling system to work properly as summer arrives, it happens that cooling system does not work properly. This is a totally avoidable situation and the trick is to check your HVAC system right before the summers to evade any unwanted situation.

3-Maintaining HVAC system is expensive but repairing and replacing a complete HVAC system is even more expensive. A trustworthy and professional HVAC service provider is essential for a HVAC happy home. A thorough examination of your cooling system is essential twice a year.  Scheduling minimum two HVAC service visits annually saves a lot of your money on the repairing costs and increases the life and performance of your HVAC system.

4-When strange noises start to come out of your AC or thermostat begins to malfunction then these are the signs that there is some problem going on in the functionality of your cooling system. Look into the problem yourself. There might be ice built up in your system or your filter might need some change.

5-Outdoor compressor unit of cooling system is important just like the indoor system. Outdoor compressor evacuates all the heat from the room and the system. It is important that its system should be unobstructed. Just look for out grown shrubs or plants around the compressor. Making the outdoor unit clear guarantees an efficiently working cooling system.