The term HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. For this type of system to keep your home comfortable, all of the components need to work properly.
The first part of an HVAC system is the heating unit. There are several types of heating components available. In residential homes, a furnace is a common form of a heating unit. Usually, there is a piping system that distributes heat throughout the house. You may also notice your home’s water supply connects to these pipes. This allows your furnace to serve multiple purposes.
Another heating component you might find in an HVAC system is a heat pump. This device transfers warmth from one source into other areas of the building. This approach serves large buildings better than small homes. You’ll notice these in houses in warm locations.
Ventilation is necessary for any HVAC system, but there are different types available. You might find some houses with vents providing a natural source of air through filtration. However, other houses have systems that produce air flow. Many homes use ventilation to improve air quality within the interior as well.
Air conditioning provides the opposite of a heating system. You can cool down your house by providing air flow from either outside the building or an internal source. AC units can serve as standalone products, or they can integrate with heating systems. The combination can provide multiple services without any backup components. This design leaves room for other parts with the HVAC system.
Other Parts of HVAC Systems
Modern HVAC systems often include additional parts to improve the performance of the components. You can find air filtration features within many new installations, and service experts can add this component into an HVAC system.
At Lion Home Service, we understand how to add new parts into your home. Our team can give your house the energy efficiency you want it to have. We provide repair and maintenance services for HVAC systems as well. You can rely on us when you need someone to find a thermal control solution. Contact Lion Home Service in Fort Collins today to learn more information and schedule an appointment with a service expert.