This is a guest post from Dino Maiolo at Trip’n Promotions: Two years ago, before I had HVAC customers I didn’t realize exactly what the letters HVAC represented. Now I know. It stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. Basically, a good HVAC specialist is one who installs and services heating and air units in residential or commercial units. They could certainly setup heat pumps, which inspite of their title, are machines that produce both hot and cold air. HVAC installers also install and service furnaces and air ducts that allow air that generates at a specific place to travel to another area of the home or office. HVAC contractors also replace and install filters for these systems as well.Finally, a lot of HVAC contractors have monitored indoor air quality for their customers in recent years as interior pollution has become a key health issue in these modern times. They can frequently detect the degree of polluted air and advise options or even put in devices which counter-balance the polluted air with better air.
The latest development in the Hvac sector is the mini-split ductless air devices that require no air ducts. These kind of units are specially useful for aged dwellings that had been built with no central heating and cooling systems. They’re more cost-effective, require little upkeep and may also be installed in just about any room in your home or office.
Quite a few plumbing contractors also include HVAC given that the units are generally similar. Van Johnson of Airmakers Heating and Air in San Diego, California, believes that although plumbing and HVAC have some parallels, homeowners are typically better served by employing a practitioner in one area or the other.
Airmakers Heating and Air
8656 Hillery Drive
San Diego, CA 92126
Even though Airmakers is located in San Diego, California, they put in far more heat pumps and furnaces than actual air conditioning units. San Diego boasts a quite moderate climate and even though the inland areas may become rather hot, the coastal area makes use of very little air conditioning as a result of cool ocean breeze which blows in with the onshore winds. That area of the Pacific current flows down from Alaska so the water can be cooler, which also cools down the air.
Although many throughout the rest of the United States consider San Diego a balmy climate, it could get quite frigid in the winter, especially at nighttime. It never snows, though temperatures could easily get below freezing during the crispy, clear winter nights.
My girlfriend and I lived in Tijuana, Mexico, just to the south of the San Diego border area for a couple of years and few of the houses there include heat. To make matters worse, area heaters could use more energy than many of the homes are designed for. Too many heating units and home owners will probably be turning breaker switches.
For more info, speak to your community HVAC expert.