HVAC, or heating, ventilation and cooling, is a system that cleans your air and provides cool air or warm air depending on your climate needs. HVAC systems are installed by certified technicians and are valued for their energy saving principles. More and more homes are incorporating an HVAC system into their home to control polluted air.

Indoor Air Quality

The EPA states that indoor air quality is two to five times worse than outdoor air, mostly since the air flow is congested. This polluted air within your home can cause colds to linger longer and allergies to be more severe. An HVAC system can improve air quality by constantly exchanging the indoor air with fresh, outdoor air that is also filtered for the best quality possible.

Energy Conservation

The initial investment for an HVAC system may be higher than the typical gas furnace, yet the long-term, energy saving benefits are noticeable each month. The HVAC system has both heating and cooling in one unit. This alone saves construction space, installation time and fees, and required power usage. The system is also run by renewable energy, sometimes in the form of solar panels. Energy conservation is even better since the coolant is nonchlorine-based, which happens to deplete the ozone layer.

Moisture Consistency

Whether you live in a climate that changes drastically every three to four months, or you live in a climate that remains constant, your home is always subject to moisture retention. Since air inside the home does not circulate properly and is rarely exchanged with cooler, drier air outside when applicable, your home may easily grow mold or mildew inside walls and under floors. To reduce the chances of mold growth, which also causes health concerns and structural damage over time, the HVAC system consistently pulls warm, moist air out and sends dry, cool air inside in an exchange.