Managing home comfort is a big task for Mount Pleasant, Texas, homeowners. You want to keep your air clean and healthy while maintaining optimum temperatures throughout your living space. Whether you’re suffering from dry air or a sense of stuffiness, there are HVAC tech upgrades that can help. Here are six worth investing in for better home comfort:
Smart thermostats offer an unparalleled level of control to homeowners interested in maximizing home comfort. Programmable systems allow you to optimize settings for the time of day and day of the week. As a result, you’ll never pay to heat or cool a home that’s empty.
Wi-Fi-enabled systems put you in control of your home’s HVAC settings no matter where you are. This technology lets you adjust system settings from anywhere via an app. Smart thermostats also learn from your habits to deliver more efficient adjustments over time.
Fans are a great tool for supplying your home with supplemental heating and cooling. Set your fans to rotate counterclockwise in summer to push cool air down toward the floor. In winter, turn the fan to a clockwise rotation to pull cool air upward and push warm air out and down. Upgrade your standard fan to a Wi-Fi-enabled models that you can control via an app or control system like Alexa for a more high-tech home.
Ventilators are the ideal upgrade for a well-sealed home. If you’ve put a great deal of time into weather stripping windows and doors, caulking cracks, and insulating the attic, your house may be an extremely airtight envelope. While this is great for keeping conditioned air inside, it’s not ideal for indoor air quality. All that sealing will keep the same stale air circulating through the house.
A ventilator releases stale air outside and pulls fresh outdoor air in on a regular basis for easier breathing. Products like the Preferred Large Horizontal Energy Recovery Ventilator use an enthalpic transfer media core to heat or cool the incoming air so it’s immediately primed to provide you with optimum home comfort.
Indoor Air Quality Sensors
Indoor air quality (IAQ) sensors are now both affordable and compact. You can keep a sensor in your home to monitor VOC levels and particulate matter in the air. Investing in an IAQ sensor can help you continuously monitor your home’s air quality so you know when it’s time to invest in a new filtration system or other IAQ solution. This tech upgrade will yield valuable information, so you can make timely decisions for the best possible air quality in your home.
A whole-home air purifier will go above and beyond the capabilities of your standard HVAC filter, providing a high-tech approach to cleaner air. The Evolution Perfect Air Purifier uses patented Captures and Kills technology to capture up to 95 percent of airborne particles that are between 1 and 0.3 microns in size. As much as 99 percent of germs and bacteria are killed or inactivated by this technology.
An air purifier can help protect you from measles, human influenza, streptococcus bacteria and more. This is a particularly wise installation if you have asthma and allergy sufferers in your home who have sensitivities to dust, pet dander and other irritants.
Maintaining the right humidity levels at home can be tricky. If you battle dry winter skin or static electricity, you’ll love the convenience of a whole-home humidifier. A whole-home humidifier will manage moisture in every room that connects to your HVAC system. With the right product, you can even manage settings via your thermostat for optimum comfort.
If you’re interested in exploring HVAC tech upgrades for your home, contact Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing Inc. at 903-285-6550. We’ll help you find the best products for your health and comfort.
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