When it’s time to replace the HVAC system in your Peachtree City home, you’ll find that there are many new options to consider. Advancements in HVAC technology have led to the development of new digital features that can help you save money and use less energy. Learn more about these features.
A programmable thermostat for your HVAC system allows you to schedule times for it to run throughout the day. For example, you can program it to stay off during the day when you’re at work and come on when you’re home. This can help you save a considerable amount of money on your heating and cooling bills. You can also control your thermostat remotely, which provides you with greater convenience.
Some HVAC systems make it possible for you to set up alerts for your air filter. These alerts let you know when it’s time to take out your current filter and put in a new one. It’s easy for homeowners to forget to check and change their filters on a regular basis, which can result in having filters that are covered in dust and dirt. Having clean filters in helps improve the efficiency of your HVAC system, leading to improved indoor air quality, reduced energy use and lower energy bills. It also helps prevent excessive wear and tear on your system, which can extend its life span.
An automatic-delay fan switch shuts the fan off shortly after your system’s compressor turns off, rather than having both parts stop running at the same time. This helps ensure that cool air in your ducts is circulated throughout your home for a few minutes after the compressor shuts off. With this feature, your HVAC system won’t have to run as often to cool your home off, which provides better efficiency.
If you want to know more about digital features for HVAC systems or if you need HVAC installation, please contact Powers Heating & Air. We offer HVAC installation and maintenance services in Peachtree City.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Peachtree City, Georgia and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about TOPIC and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 770-487-2040.
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