Did you know your heating and cooling system consumes nearly 50 percent of the energy your house uses? Also, US homeowners spend roughly $24 billion a year just on air conditioning. An outdated or inefficient system can result in high energy bills. By integrating smart technology into your HVAC system, you can reap several benefits.
A Complete Automated Solution
Integrated advanced technology breathes new life into outdated, traditional heating and cooling units. Well-trained contractors can overhaul your unit, including singular components and ducts. The process involves placing sensors in the system’s key components, such as the thermostat, ventilation and air supply, and compressor and air handler.
The upgrade enables the unit to learn your home’s environment, monitor the climate and make adjustments automatically. Additionally, it connects wirelessly through other devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This gives you greater control over your home’s climate levels by using a simple app on your smartphone.
Lower Electric Bills
Automated HVAC systems are energy efficient, which makes them a good choice for saving money on your energy bills. A 20 percent reduction in electricity costs is not uncommon when compared to traditional heating and cooling systems. Switching to a high-tech unit also lowers your carbon footprint while supporting an eco-friendly environment.
Remote Control Access
Automated HVACs provide you with remote access to your system regardless of where you are. With just a touch of your smartphone, you can cool or warm your home. An integrated system allows you to automate controls based on the following factors:
- Air condition
- Temperature sensors
- Room occupancy
- Time of day
Tired of a drafty or stuffy room? These new systems detect high levels of carbon dioxide. This substance can even have a negative impact on decision-making and thinking. The system reports the levels to your phone and increases the amount of fresh air in the space.
You may not want every room in your house set to the same temperature settings. With an integrated smart HVAC system, you can cool or heat specific rooms more efficiently. Additionally, the automation saves you a few steps because you don’t have to keep making manual climate adjustments throughout your house.
Smart technology makes life easier, especially when it runs your heating and cooling system. You also gain practical benefits from lowered energy bills, remote controlled access, fresher air and control over room-specific temperatures. Contact our team of experienced HVAC contractors to evaluate and install an integrated system customized for your home.