You probably enjoy your heating and air conditioner system when outside temperatures become too hot or cold. However, you have much more control over your indoor environment than ever before. You have many options for controlling the timing, moisture level, air quality and more. Learn more about keeping your home comfortable with the latest technology.
Your thermostat is the first place you exercise control over your indoor climate and comfort. Traditional mercury bulb thermostats merely allow you to control the temperature. However, modern programmable thermostats take into account the element of time. You can program your thermostat to automatically adjust frequent times when you habitually change the temperature. For example, you may get up in middle of the night to turn down the air conditioning. With a programmable thermostat, you can sleep the night through while the device adjusts the temperature for you.
Your air conditioner naturally pulls moisture out of the air as it cools. However, furnaces can dry the air and create static electricity. If you like to have more control over the humidity, then a humidifier makes a nice add-on to your winter heating solution. Many install to the duct system, and you can control the humidity directly from your thermostat.
Indoor Air Quality
Poor indoor air quality can contribute to a wide range of health problems. Pollutants, such as mold, mildew, bacteria, chemicals, pet dander and dust mites will circulate through the air. Even worse, most indoor climates seal in these bothersome irritants. The filter on your AC unit works to eliminate many airborne irritants. However, an air purifier can eliminate much more. If you suffer from allergies or other airborne irritants, then installing a purifier can substantially improve the quality of the air you breathe indoors.
It can be useful to have multiple temperature settings for different areas of the house. More populated regions require a more comfortable level. However, you can save money on your monthly energy bill by keeping a different setting for areas of the house used less often. Depending on your needs, you can separate your home climate into two to eight different zones. Each zone can have its own daily and weekly programmable schedule, all controlled through one thermostat. Rather than settling for an all-or-nothing approach, you gain more individual control over distinct sections of your house.
Ventilators bring in fresh outside air without sacrificing the energy placed into heating and cooling your home. If you’d like to bring in fresh air, then you upgrade your heater and AC unit with energy efficient ventilators.
Creating Customers For A Lifetime
For more than 20 years, Cooper Climate Control has provided quality HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) services to the East Valley and surrounding communities. We’re a Factory Authorized Carrier, Trane, Lennox and Bryant Dealer, and we offer a full range of the latest technologies for maintaining a high-quality indoor climate. Call us today to find out more about controlling your indoor comfort.