While high-tech products like smart watches, 3D printing and self-driving cars are quick to grab headlines, there’s been a number of game-changing advancements made in the HVAC industry that deserve some fanfare as well. The most noteworthy technologies are those designed to improve efficiency, which can save you a significant amount of money when it comes to your energy bills. Packed with innovative features and functions, a new HVAC installation offers the added benefit of improving your comfort level too.

Variable-Speed Blowers

Older HVAC systems have two operating options: on and off. This stop-and-go action can result in temperature variances of up to 10 degrees above or below the thermostat’s set point. An HVAC installation equipped with a variable-speed fan can change the airflow speed according to your cooling or heating needs, eliminating uncomfortable swings in temperatures while saving you money on operating costs.

Smart Control Systems

Using sensors located at strategic system locations, smart thermostats and controls not only help regulate the temperature but can serve as a communication center too. Some cooling systems, for example, can notify you when it’s time for AC maintenance or if there’s a problem that needs an immediate air conditioner repair. Wi-Fi enabled systems let you monitor system performance and adjust settings from your smart phone or computer.

Energy-Saving Air Conditioning Services

Even services as basic as AC maintenance have seen impressive improvements. HVAC professionals have new diagnostic tools at their disposal that can help ensure that your air conditioner runs at peak efficiency while reducing your chances of needing an air conditioner repair down the line.

Even if your air conditioner is only 10 years old, you can save 20 percent or more on your cooling costs by replacing it with a new HVAC installation. To learn more about how HVAC advancements can help you save money and stay comfortably cool during the long, hot Georgia summer, check out Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning’s air conditioning solutions or call 678-360-0500.