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It can be overwhelming when you start to search for a new HVAC system or parts, but at Commercial Service, we can help you figure out what will best fit your home's budget and needs.
Commercial Service is your go-to provider for the following HVAC products
There are numerous types of furnaces on the market. The majority American homes depend on furnaces to provide heat. These furnaces blow warm air through ducts that deliver the heated air to rooms throughout the house. They can be powered by electricity, natural gas, or fuel. Commercial Service specializes in Trane furnaces.
Air conditioners are important parts of homes, especially those that are located in warm climates. There are six types of air conditioners on the market, and each system has their own benefits. To figure out what air conditioning system works best for your family's home and budget, call Commercial Service.
Commonly mixed up with a furnace, an air handler can operate with both heating and cooling equipment. The most common type of air handler is known as a terminal unit, which consist of an air filter, a blower, and a coil. The indoor coil is used to keep the air at the desired temperature, while the air filter is used to remove airborne contaminants. For more information about air handlers, contact Commercial Service today.
A heat pump is a refrigeration system that can be reversed to either heat or cool an area. Installation for this type of system typically consists of two parts: an indoor unit called an air handler and an outdoor unit called a heat pump. A compressor circulates refrigerant that absorbs and releases heat as it travels between the indoor and outdoor units.
Geothermal systems exist below the earth's service, and are able to function because at that depth, temperatures don't really fluctuate. During the summer months, geothermal systems absorb warmth from your home and transfers it to the underground loop where it is then absorbed by the cooler earth. During the winter months, warmer temperatures from below the surface are harnessed and brought up to heat your home. If you have more questions about geothermal energy, call Commercial Service today.
The split/ductless system is technically called a “packages terminal air conditioner” (PTAC). The split system breaks the air conditioning system into two terminals, with one being inside while the other is outside. A conduit that houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, links the terminals. These systems are fairly small, and simple to install. Many models nowadays are also able to have up to four rooms connected to one unit. The advantage of this is that each room’s system will have its own thermostat, so you may manually control individual rooms’ temperatures.
Thermostats are part of most homes, but it seems like the average homeowner doesn't fully understand how to use it. There are numerous thermostat options on the market, each with their own specific benefits. In fact, technological advancements are making thermostats smarter and easier to use. To find out what thermostat would best fit your system and lifestyle, call us today.