HVAC add-ons help to reinforce your heating and cooling system’s capabilities. The appliances improve indoor air quality, save energy and increase indoor comfort. Let’s discuss some HVAC upgrades to consider for your Gregory, TX, home.
During the colder months, most homeowners ensure their homes are airtight by improving the insulation and sealing any openings in their doors and windows. While this is an excellent move to help save energy, the practice restricts airflow in and out of your home. This creates a stale environment that may be uncomfortable.
A ventilator eliminates the staleness by transporting the stale air to the outside. The device then brings in fresh air to replace the stale air. It filters any contaminants from the outdoor air to maintain good indoor air quality.
The appliance also extracts the heat from the outgoing air and transfers it to the incoming air. Therefore, your HVAC system won’t need to heat the incoming air, helping you to save on energy costs.
UV lights use ultraviolet technology to destroy allergens and pathogens lingering in your indoor air. Usually, a service technician fits the lights in your HVAC system.
The lights also help destroy any biological growth thriving in your indoor coil and the drain pain. These contaminants may clog these parts, causing your HVAC system to run for a longer time, hence reducing its efficiency. By destroying these pollutants, the UV lights help to maintain optimal HVAC performance and indoor air quality.
An air cleaner’s filter helps to trap pollutants circulating in your home. A service technician will fit the appliance in your HVAC system, helping to filter all the air that gets into your home from it. Change the air filter often to improve the air cleaner’s efficiency.
Our service technicians possess the relevant experience and certifications to work on your system. Contact Bodine-Scott Air Conditioning Co. for quality HVAC solutions.
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