Countless millions have been invested into the research and development of HVAC technology. This is because homeowners from around the world want features and upgrades that will make their Stanton home more comfortable and their energy bills more affordable.
Here is a quick glimpse at just some of the latest HVAC technologies that could change your life forever.
Home automation is no longer relegated to science fiction movies. Homeowners can now automate practically every part of their home including their HVAC system.
With options such as wireless programmable thermostats, you will have unprecedented control over the temperature within your home and exactly how much you are spending on your energy bills every month. Turning your HVAC system off and on will require nothing more than a smartphone, a wireless signal, and a few taps of the screen.
A home that is either too humid or too dry can result in some major issues for you and your family. In addition to being uncomfortable, low humidity levels could be damaging your possessions.
Instead of changing the humidity in a single room, a whole-home humidifier can be attached to your HVAC system to regulate the humidity throughout your house. These devices can reduce your risk of developing respiratory issues and might even prevent the development of mold.
No matter how advanced your HVAC system might be, a home with bad insulation is never going to stay at a comfortable temperature. Traditional insulation rolls and mats are somewhat effective, but there can still be heat transfer in the cracks around the insulation.
Blow-in insulation solves this problem by filling up the countless cracks in your attic and crawlspaces to prevent drafts. In some homes, blow-in insulation can reduce the heating and cooling bills by as much as 20 percent.
Geothermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal heating (and cooling) has been around for quite some time, but it only recently became a popular and affordable option for homeowners. These systems work by pumping water through pipes that run deep into the ground near a home.
As the water moves through the underground pipes, it will either warm up or cool down. It will then pump the water back into the house in order to change the temperature. Homeowners can change the temperature in their Stanton home by changing the direction of the water.
Find out more about the latest HVAC technologies by calling Dial One Sonshine today at (714) 613-1016, and get a technician over to your Stanton, CA home today.