Maintain the Environmental Comfort Of Your Home
HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. HVAC
systems are defined as the technology used to create and maintain the
environmental comfort of an enclosed space, whether it is a room, a vehicle, a house, or a large industrial use building.
Human productivity is often closely related to personal comfort. Providing a comfortable environment with high-quality air is very important for the occupant's comfort. This is the main function of an HVAC system, to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
Homeowners with high efficiency furnaces should make sure that their outside fresh air intake and exhaust pipes are free of snow. A blocked intake pipe or exhaust vent could result in carbon monoxide poisoning or your furnace to shut down.
The goals of a good HVAC system is to control room (thermal) temperature, to provide fresh air circulation and filtration by removing unwanted dust and particles, to operate with efficiency and economic soundness, and to be unobtrusive and quiet.