The concept of a Smart HVAC System sounds interesting, especially since many professionals recommend it. This innovative technology can improve indoor air comfort more efficiently. But considering the high price, is it worth buying?
What Is A Smart HVAC System?
A smart HVAC system is a series of HVAC devices that can regulate itself to serve as needed with the least energy consumption possible. It utilizes various sensors, digital control, and wireless technology to proceed with all the automatic adjustments. Just like a regular HVAC system, the package may include heating, cooling, humidifying, dehumidifying, air purifying, air filtration, and even a ventilation system.
Here are the things that a Smart HVAC System can do that a regular one can’t:
● Detect the current temperature of both indoor and outdoor air to make immediate adjustments as necessary.
● Learn the behaviors of people in the room to provide the utmost comfort for them.
● Detect the absence and presence of humans in every room to distribute the air more fairly.
● Review the air quality every once in a while, and improve it as required.
● Many other things to tune your HVAC performance more finely.
Getting Your Smart HVAC System
You don’t need to replace the whole HVAC system at once to make it smart. If you have a limited budget, you can upgrade gradually. Here are the things you need to smarten up your HVAC system:
1. Smart Thermostat
The most crucial part of a smart home system is the smart thermostat. Besides detecting the current temperature, this device can do a other useful things that allow it to adjust your HVAC system more finely. Some units even allow you to control it from your gadget using an app and a WiFi connection.
2. Smart Home Hub
A smart home hub is a device that connects to all of your smart devices, including your thermostat. It allows you to control everything via a WiFi connection through an app. You can even set a schedule to control your devices.
3. Smart Vents
A smart ventilation system can regulate the air distribution based on the requirement of each room. For example, if a room is empty, the vent will redirect the conditioned air to another room with many people in it. Hence, there will be less energy to waste.
4. Smart AC Controller
With a smart controller, you can turn any regular AC into a smart AC and connect them with your smart home system. It even works with window, portable, and mini-split AC units. However, this device only accommodates one-way communication. Unlike a smart thermostat, this device doesn’t collect data from your AC activities.
5. Smart Humidifier and Air Purifier
This device can detect pollution and humidity levels to make an automated adjustment when required. The system has a built-in sensor and can also connect to your smart thermostat.
Imagine getting better comfort, better health, better environmental effect, yet lower energy bills. There is no way we can say no to a smart HVAC system. If you can afford the initial cost, you will never regret getting this upgrade.
ECM Service – Your Smart HVAC System Specialists
ECM Air Conditioning, with its headquarters located in Boynton Beach, FL, provides air conditioning services within Palm Beach County, Broward County, Martin County, and St. Lucie County. If you’re having issues with your HVAC system, we’re on-call and ready to assist you with your air conditioning needs. So if you’re in need of an HVAC Contractor, don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule an air conditioning service call diagnostic! Our HVAC experts will diagnose any issues that may be occurring with your HVAC system and help to repair your AC issue on the spot.
Best of all, because ECM is the largest HVAC company in South Florida our local warehouse facility that is 69,000 SQFT houses over $1 million in inventory and fully stocks our 127 vehicles on the road, making us one of the very few AC service companies capable of repairing most issues right on the spot. That means no waiting and no downtime without air conditioning for you & your family in the blistering Florida heat!
Call us at 561-295-1763 or contact our HVAC team online.