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What is HVAC? A User's Guide

 

 

 

 

Plain and simple, HVAC is Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. But what exactly is it, you wonder? The Miami air conditioning experts are here to give you a lesson. As with most machinery in your home, there are things you should know to maximize your HVAC's efficiency. Let's go down the acronym one letter at a time, beginning with H, for heating.

The air that travels through the HVAC is heated by a furnace, heat pump, or boiler. The air is then sent through pipes, radiators or air ducts to flow into a home or office. The heating aspect of an HVAC is to prevent frozen pipes and to keep a comfortable temperature indoors.

The ventilation component of HVAC focuses on air flow. Ventilation is essential in workspaces, homes, and offices. Ventilation also plays a strong role in the health of the people inhabiting that space without proper ventilation, air is old and stuffy. A flow of fresh air is essential to help everyone breathe easier. All natural ventilation is as simple as opening windows to utilize a cross-breeze.

Lastly, the HVAC is strongly comprised of the air conditioner. Here in Miami, we all understand this element of the HVAC is quite crucial. Is cools the air and also removes humidity, and it increases comfort for people within a contained space. Decreasing the humidity is vital in keeping the air crisp and also preventing household problems such as mold and mildew.


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