The HVAC technology that is available to homeowners seems to advance every year, and it’s designed to not only make our lives easier but to lower our carbon footprint and decrease energy costs too. To give you an idea of what’s out there, we’re going to briefly discuss a few state-of-the-art systems and accessories that you can begin using today.
Fully Automated Home
After decades of speculation, the fully automated home where all functions are controlled by a central device has nearly arrived. You can get ahead of the curve with the syncing of an energy-efficient HVAC system, smart thermostat, and smartphone app that gives you better control than ever before over your heating and cooling needs.
Nest Learning Thermostat
Although we may be decades away from using true artificial intelligence throughout our homes, the Nest Learning Thermostat is already beginning to bridge the gap. As the name suggests, this smart thermostat will learn your heating and cooling behaviors and then automatically adjust the temperature based on those norms.
Ecovent Heating and Cooling System
Ecovent has been making waves in recent years by developing a new way to heat and cool your home by using your existing forced-air system with a series of newly installed vents and sensors. This allows you to focus your comfort needs only in rooms that you choose, and you can even make temperature adjustments through your smartphone.
Airmega Smart Air Purifier
The quality of your home’s air is directly linked to your HVAC equipment. If you want to tackle indoor air quality with the best piece of technology, the Airmega smart-air purifier may just do the trick. This purifier cleans the air and tracks the pollutants to give you a better picture of what’s going on, including when the filter needs to be cleaned.
HVAC technology has certainly advanced in recent years, and you can use that to your advantage as a way to make your home more energy-efficient. To learn more about this and other home-comfort subjects, contact the experts at CCAC. We’ve been serving the Coastal Bend and the surrounding areas since 1979.