Having a reliable HVAC system is something that many homeowners take for granted. But there was a time when the average American family had to contend with the sweltering summers and chilly winters without the benefit of climate control. Central heating and air conditioning were considered luxuries back then and most homes had to make do with other technologies and techniques for keeping their homes relatively comfortable.
Things to Be Thankful For
Needless to say, there’s plenty to be thankful about when it comes to your HVAC system. Without it, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to enjoy the absolute comfort that comes with carefully controlled temperatures and ideal humidity levels. Modern HVAC systems offer the technology and performance necessary to keep your home nice and warm throughout the winter and cool and comfortable throughout the summer.
Keeping Your Air Clean
HVAC systems also play a critical role in distributing clean, fresh air throughout your home. Your HVAC system’s air filter works hard to filter out dust, pollen and a wide variety of allergens and other airborne pollutants, steadily improving your home’s indoor air quality while preventing the system itself from being fouled with contaminants. If you or any of your loved ones suffer from asthma or allergies, then you’ll certainly be thankful for your HVAC system.
Saving Money and Energy
You should also be thankful for your HVAC system’s ability to operate with the utmost energy efficiency. Today’s HVAC systems are designed to be as energy efficient as possible, using many of the latest technologies to reduce overall energy consumption while lowering operating costs. Having an HVAC unit that proudly bears the Energy Star logo is definitely something to be thankful about.
As you get ready for Thanksgiving, don’t forget to give thanks to your HVAC system for keeping your home comfortable year-round. Also, don’t forget that the experts at CCAC can take care of your heating and cooling needs in the Coastal Bend area.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Corpus Christi, Texas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about your HVAC system, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 361-678-2495.
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