The main benefit of HVAC add-ons is that they can promote energy efficiency in your West Melbourne, Florida, home while making your life easier. These high-tech appliances offer you more options for controlling your home’s temperature and refreshing your air. Let’s look at five HVAC add-ons that you might want to consider getting for your home.

Smart Thermostats

With a smart thermostat, you can monitor and control your HVAC system remotely. Once you have customized your smart thermostat, it will continue to learn from your preferences and save energy. Your thermostat will even send you an alert when it is time to change your air filter — one simple act of maintenance that allows your HVAC system to work more efficiently.

Energy Recovery Ventilators

You can improve your indoor air quality with an energy recovery ventilator (ERV). An ERV vents inside air to the outside while drawing in and conditioning outside air to match the temperature within your home. ERVs help with respiratory problems because they prevent allergens from entering your home, but they also help with energy efficiency because they allow you to keep your home’s temperature consistent.

Zoning Systems

A zoning system allows you to customize the temperatures for different rooms in your home. Each zone may have a thermostat, which will signal to a central control panel to turn on the HVAC system, which will signal to a central control panel to direct the airflow there only when it is needed. With this automated system, residents in the home can maintain a level of comfort while using less energy, since only parts of the home in use will have conditioned air.

Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

Humidifiers add humidity, and dehumidifiers remove it. Working together, they can maintain a pre-selected humidity level in your home, improve the indoor air quality, and discourage allergens. They will also protect your belongings from damage from overly dry or moist air.

If you want to install a smart thermostat or any other HVAC add-ons, get in touch with Extreme Air & Electric, LLC Call us at (321) 351-0018, and we will send our trained HVAC technician to do the installation for you.

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