TYPES OF HVAC SYSTEMS
The latest generation of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems includes some of the most efficient and well-made home systems ever. With so many options to choose from, learn from some leading contractors about the many benefits of each system.
The split HVAC system is also called a “traditional” HVAC system and can be found both inside and outside a building. These systems tend to be simpler than others, allowing for easier repair. They are also efficient, hassle-free, and great for altering the temperature of your home rapidly.
A hybrid HVAC split system is similar to a traditional system, but with a more energy-efficient design. Hybrid systems are renowned among contractors for their energy efficiency and low heating costs. If you live in a cold climate, these systems are an excellent way to keep your home warm and your energy bill low.
Duct-less Split System
As the name implies, these HVAC systems are ideal for homes that can’t accommodate a traditional system of ducts. For large homes with different heating and cooling requirements throughout the house, a duct-less split system is perfect. It can also help you save money on your utilities in addition to tax credit eligibility and rebates for opting into a ductless system.
Packaged Heating & Air
Some smaller homes can’t fit a larger split HVAC system. In these situations, you may want to consider a packaged system. In a packaged HVAC system, you get many of the benefits available in other HVAC systems without the large installation. You also gain the added bonus of having both a heater and an air conditioner in the same unit, which is convenient and space-efficient. Save space and cut energy costs at the same time with a packaged system.