A residential HVAC unit is a piece of equipment that is installed in your home to maintain indoor temperatures.
Residential systems are responsible for heating and cooling your home and includes equipment like furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps as well as ductwork, thermostats and other home comfort controls.
Commercial HVAC Systems have the same objective as a residential HVAC systems - to keep the buildings occupants cozy with high quality air.
Commercial HVAC heating of air is often done through gas, oil, or electricity. Cooling the air is done by extracting hot indoor air and cooling it through refrigerant or water-cooled systems.
Ventilation systems use fans to introduce outside air, which passes both the outdoor and re-used indoor air through filtration, and then expels the building’s indoor air, back outside.
New Construction -
With new construction, the size and placement of your HVAC unit will depend on the architectural and engineering features of your home or building. The way that ductwork, vents, grilles, and mechanical rooms need to be placed should be a part of your HVAC design.
The units need to include the proper ventilation for the home or building so that the air you will be breathing in is clean and safe.
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