Get to know your HVAC System
Each component of you home comfort system quietly and efficiently plays its role to give you the best indoor air possible. Get to know your HVAC system.
- The Condenser is the heart of your air conditioning system. It is located outside the home and pushes the refrigerant through your indoor coil (#6). The higher SEER of the outdoor unit the less energy it consumes. View our condensers
- The thermostat is the main control of your HVAC system. Check out some of the thermostats we provide
- The furnace creates warm air in the winter months and blows air through the indoor coil (#6) in the summer months creating cool air. Furnaces today vary from 93% to 98% efficient. View our furnaces
- A filtration system is THE MOST important component to clean indoor air in your home. Many levels of filtration are available. The higher the MERV rating the smaller particles the filter can catch. Check out our filters
- UV germicidal lights can destroy bacteria and other harmful particles living in your duct system and traveling through your home. A must for any air conditioning system. Check out our UV lights
- The indoor coil is directly connected to the condenser (#1) through copper lines. The refrigerant cools the coil and the furnace blows air through creating cool air.
- The humidifier is a vital piece in cold Alberta winters where low outdoor humidity is a reality. A humidifier puts humid air into the ductwork and the furnace fan distributes it throughout the home. See some humidity options
- A HEPA filtration system is a good add on to any HVAC system. It cleans your air and puts it back into your system. Check out this unit here
- The Heat Recovery Ventilator is a modern solution for bringing fresh air into your home without wasting energy. For more info click here
- Supply ductwork is connected to the discharge side of your furnace. This ductwork is piped to each room in your home to supply conditioned air where you need it.
- Return ductwork brings air from different locations throughout the home back to the furnace to be filtered, humidified, heated or cooled.
- A dehumidifier is capable of removing humidity from a home if excessive humidity is present
- A generator is ready and able to kick in if a power outage occurs having the electricity in your home continue.
Each of these components are important to your indoor comfort. Contact us for a free evaluation of your HVAC system!