Advances in HVAC technology in 2019 are helping home and business owners save even more money on heating and cooling costs. With smart technology and some clever engineering, you too could be saving hundreds a year on heating and air conditioning in Snellville, GA. Keep reading to learn more about the latest in climate control technology. 

Temperature Zones

Ever since the invention of the air conditioning unit, family members have battled after the power to control the thermostat. Your kids say it’s too hot while your significant other is freezing, and when you’re not looking, they try to adjust the temperature.

The battle for the perfect temperature is finally over thanks to new HVAC technology that can create isolated temperature zones. Dampers installed in your ductwork alter the flow of air throughout the system. If your kids are too hot in their room, they can adjust the flow of air by changing the private thermostat in their room. The ability to adjust room temperatures individually can also help you save money on your monthly energy bills. If there are rooms in your home that you don’t use as often, you can shut the dampers to that part of the house, eliminating climate control waste. Finally, a temperature solution the whole family can enjoy!

Smart Thermostats

Smart thermostats have become increasingly more popular in the last few years as smart technology has become more accessible. Everybody has a cellphone or a tablet these days, and applications on these devices have helped make life a little less complicated. Imagine being able to adjust the temperature in your home with a swipe on your smartphone or tablet. Smart thermostats are tied to your home’s internet, which means you can adjust the temperature using an application on your wireless device. If you forgot to change the temperature before leaving for work, open up the application and access your thermostat from anywhere in the world. When combined with motion sensor technology, smart thermostats can be programmed to only heat or cool rooms that are occupied, which will also help you save money on monthly energy bills.  

Dual-Fuel Heat Pumps

For years, homeowners have been limited in their choices for climate control. In most cases, your options are either electric or gas, but never both. Each system has its own unique advantages, but it wasn’t until recently that engineers thought to combine the best of both systems. Dual-fuel heat pumps allow homeowners to use both gas and electric and save money throughout the year on heating and cooling. During the winter months the system uses gas to heat your home, which is more efficient than electricity.

Dual-Fuel Heat Pumps

During the warmer months, the system switches back to electric to provide cooling while the heat pump pulls hot air out of the home. While installation costs for a dual-fuel system may be higher, you’re getting the best of both units, and you’ll save more money on energy costs in the long run.

These are just a few of the latest engineering marvels in the HVAC industry this year. For more energy-saving tips or a new energy-efficient HVAC installation in Snellville, GA, contact the professionals at Triad Mechanical.