Types of HVAC Systems

Types of HVAC Systems

There are many types of HVAC systems to choose from today.

Types of HVAC Systems

During the hot summer months when the temperatures outside are scorching, it is important for the temperatures inside to be nice and cool. For this to be accomplished, there needs to be a well-maintained HVAC system in place. If the HVAC system is beginning to fail and repairing the unit is no longer an option, there are a number of heating and cooling units on the market to consider before spending the money to have the old one replaced.

Zoned Systems

Zoned systems are great for when large areas need to be cooled. These systems allow for individual areas to be cooled by controlling zone dampers within the vents, which in turn selectively block the flow of air. This allows areas to be cooled only when needed.

Humidity Control Systems

These cooling systems are great for areas that are very dry. When these systems are on and cooling an area, they will automatically control the humidity of the area. This helps with the overall cooling of the building.

Split Systems

Cooling systems contain three important parts, a condenser, a compressor, and an evaporator. With split systems, the condenser and compressor are located on the outside of the structure with the evaporator installed somewhere inside. These types of HVAC systems are most common in residential homes.

When it comes to selecting the right HVAC system for the job, there are several different types to consider. Talk to your HVAC service professional to help you determine the right HVAC system for the size of your structure and the needs of its occupants.

If your AC needs repair or service, please call Graves Heating and Air Conditioning Services, Inc. at 562-944-2118 to set up an appointment.

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