When you hire HVAC services, what are you really getting? What do HVAC services even cover in your home? We want to help clarify that for you. HVAC is heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. When you look for HVAC in Winter Park, FL, you’re looking for contractors who can cover all of those services.
Installing, Repairing, and Maintaining Your Heater
Need a new heater put in, or your old one repaired? That’s the “H” in HVAC: heating. While you may just think of a furnace when you hear the word heating, this can have to do with geothermal heating, heat pumps, radiant heating in your floors, and even your thermostat.
Your thermostat directly interacts with your heater and air conditioner, and having the right thermostat matters more than you might think. That’s why it’s important to have trained HVAC technicians helping you with your heating system.
All of the Above for Your AC
Your air conditioning system needs the same treatment: installation, repairs as needed, and annual maintenance. The AC part of HVAC doesn’t just mean central air conditioning, even though that’s the most common type in the US.
For us, it includes your air conditioner’s ductwork, heat pumps, and even new property AC inspection. If it has to do with your air conditioner, it counts. That means it covers both central AC and ductless air conditioning, too.
Let’s put it his way: if it keeps your air cool, HVAC services cover it. You’ll need trained HVAC technicians to maintain your air conditioner so it doesn’t fall into disrepair, and so it can have as long of a lifespan as possible.
Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality
Air quality is no joke–it’s critically important for your overall health, and it can even impact your ability to fall asleep and stay asleep through the most important parts of your sleep cycle. It impacts the health of your entire family, which is why we offer services such as air duct cleaning so you can keep pesky particulate matter out of your air supply.
After that, indoor air quality services, or IAQ for short, also include heat and energy ventilators, air purifier systems, and even humidifiers and dehumidifiers. If it impacts your air, it’s in the IAQ service category.
On average, your indoor air quality is worse than the air quality outside. That’s why it’s important to have the right systems in place, and an HVAC company that knows how to repair and maintain those systems. When you dig deep into the rabbit hole around sick building syndrome and your indoor air quality, we can almost guarantee these are the first upgrades you’ll make to your home.
That’s HVAC in a Nutshell
That’s what HVAC covers, although there are plenty of HVAC companies that have an expansive list of what they cover under those categories. Like us, for instance: we also cover mold remediation, which falls under indoor air quality. It gets nuanced, but now you know the basics.
Contact English Air, Inc. today to schedule your HVAC services as soon as possible.