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HVAC Equipment Options

Air Conditioning

Central air units are commonly used in large buildings or malls, and are ideal for cooling a whole house. Installing separate units in each individual room can run up cost quickly, so if you plan on keeping multiple rooms cool, we highly recommend installing a central unit. Usually placed outside and behind your house, the unit consists of a condenser that collects heat from inside your house and turns the moisture from the heat into a liquid. Much like a refrigerator, it then sends the liquid up to the coils, which evaporate the liquid, making cool air. A fan then pushes that cool air throughout the house's ducts, effectively providing a cool safe haven from those hot summer days.
 
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Mini-Split Systems

Ductless air conditioning systems provide advantages over standard HVAC systems, offering control similar to that of a zoned system, improved efficiency by emitting air without the reduction in cooling seen in ducted systems, and reduced noise. They also offer an effective solution for homes where adding duct work is too cost-prohibitive or impractical. Ductless systems can provide both air and heat, and though more costly than window units, are less expensive than heat pump systems. Talk to your Precision Heating and Air professional about whether a ductless system may be right for your home.

Furnaces

Furnaces are the most common residential heating system in the United States. Precision Heating and Air installs and services all types of furnaces, including oil, natural gas, LP gas and electric. Designed to deliver reliable and economical warmth, furnaces are used to provide heated air for forced hot air systems. Hot combustion gases created by burning oil or gas in the furnace are circulated through a heat exchanger. A blower fan blows air across the exterior of the heat exchanger, which is then distributed through duct work to the spaces to be heated. For optimal comfort and efficiency, a gas furnace can be combined with an electric heat pump in one dual-fuel system.

Boilers

Boilers are the perfect heat source for your home's radiant system, innovative gas boilers and oil-fired boilers. They deliver consistent warmth without the noise and draft associated with forced air systems. The higher the AFUE percentage, the more energy-efficient the heating system is. When evaluating your home's heating and cooling options, efficiency and cost savings are important variables in your decision. Plus, if you prefer to be environmentally conscious, efficient heating and cooling systems can help by using fewer resources.

Heat Pumps

Electric air-source heat pumps, often used in moderate climates, use the difference between outdoor air temperatures and indoor air temperatures to cool and heat your home. Saving energy prevents pollution and by choosing an Energy Star and taking steps to optimize the performance of your heating and cooling equipment, you are helping to prevent global warming and promoting cleaner air while enhancing the comfort of your home. Energy Star Heat Pumps can be more expensive to purchase upfront, but the cost difference will be paid back over time through lower energy bills. When buying new heat pump equipment, sizing and installation are as important as the quality of your heat pump. You can get better heating and cooling performance at home with an Energy Star home insulation, air sealing, and duct sealing.

Geothermal Units

Geothermal Heat Pumps - During the heating cycle, a geothermal system uses the earth loop to extract heat from the ground. As the system pulls heat from the loop, it distributes it through a conventional duct system as warm air. The same heat energy can also be used for a radiant floor system or domestic hot water heating. In the cooling mode, the geothermal system air conditions your home by reversing the heating process. Instead of extracting heat from the ground, it is extracted from your home and either moved back into the earth loop, or used to preheat the water in your hot water tank. Once the heat is removed from the air, it is distributed through the duct system in your home. The earth's steady temperature enables ground-source (geothermal) heat pumps to operate at highly efficient levels. Compared to other heating and cooling systems, a geothermal heat pump saves 30-70% on heat and 20%-50% on air conditioning.
 

Indoor Air Quality

From the day construction began, your home or building has been trapping odors, vapors, chemical flash-off, dust and particulate matter, as well as a host of living organisms that reduce the quality of the air you breathe. Those you hold dear can be protected. Contact a Precision Heating and Air Comfort consultant today for an analysis of your IAQ.
 
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Electronic air cleaner, high-efficiency media filter, germicidal UV air-cleansing system

  • Traps and destroys contaminants
  • Enhances comfort
  • Helps protect furnishings
  • Helps prevent discoloration of walls and ceiling and improves air quality by reducing concentrations of pollen, dust mites, dirt, pet dander, bacteria, viruses, mold spores, fungi, odors and chemicals.
Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV), Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV), Ventilation Control System

  • HVAC inspection ensures your equipment and ducting are properly sized and sealed
  • Maintains proper balance of temperature, humidity and airflow
  • Controls temperature and humidity
  • Controls the sources of pollutants in your building
  • Minimizes the buildup of pollutants
  • Enhances comfort, efficiency and air quality
 
 
Precision Heating and Air is here to help with any questions or concerns you may have. You can call us at (757) 224-0205 if you need assistance in choosing a heating and cooling system, or you can email us! We are your heating and cooling experts ready to assist you with the ultimate comfort in your home.
 
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