Heat, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is a broad term used to describe a variety of systems that control the indoor climate. The goal of heating, ventilation, and air condition (HVAC) is to provide acceptable indoor air quality and optimal indoor temperature. While many of today’s homes and businesses are heated, cooled, and conditioned with equipment such as furnaces, heaters, and air conditioners (commonly referred to as “heating units”), HVAC is also used for such purposes as refrigeration, humidification, and purification. In addition, HVAC equipment can be used to increase the efficiency of airflow, produce energy or reduce power requirements. These tasks are collectively referred to as “air conditioning.”
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Most houses and businesses use HVAC equipment to control both temperature and humidity, but not all houses and businesses are the same. In order for HVAC to accomplish its tasks effectively, it must be able to accurately measure outdoor temperatures, particularly during the cold seasons. This is accomplished using a device called a “field device.” Common examples of field devices include WeatherwasherTM and the HVAC-300. Another option is a thermostat, which is a feature found in many HVAC units that allows the system to automatically adjust its thermostat based on the current indoor temperature. While these features may seem redundant, they prove invaluable in ensuring the proper operation of HVAC equipment.
When it comes to HVAC, the air ducts play a crucial role. These air ducts, which are typically installed beneath the ceiling of buildings or other structures, transfer conditioned air into HVAC systems. The air ducts are constructed of pleated, durable materials that will protect them from moisture, which is one of the main causes of HVAC system failure. The ducts are cleaned and maintained on a regular basis by licensed HVAC contractors. While these professionals may charge a few dollars for their services, hiring a professional HVAC contractor can ensure the long life of your HVAC system and provide you with the highest quality performance.