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Excerpt: While a basic HVAC system includes only a heater and air conditioner, there are several accessories available to improve heating, cooling, and air quality in your space. Check out this article to discover how these accessories could increase your comfort and property value.

At its most basic, your HVAC system provides heated and cooled air for your Durham home or business. However, heating and cooling is not the end-all of what your HVAC system can do for you. Numerous HVAC accessories are available to give you even better control over the quality of your indoor air and boost the performance of your heating and cooling system for even greater benefits and savings. Your Durham HVAC service is here to work with you to build the perfect system tailored to your exact needs.

Filtration Systems

Your HVAC system incorporates a basic air filter as part of its air return system. This filter is designed to screen out particles from incoming air to reduce dirt and dust buildup inside your heating and cooling system, as well as your central ductwork and your home. However, basic air filters are limited in the amount and type of particles they can screen out—using a high-efficiency filter can improve cleanliness and air quality, but it can also affect airflow through your system, due to smaller filter pores. Additional filtration systems, however, can boost HVAC performance and improve air quality to deliver the cleaner, healthier air you want. These filters can be integrated right into your existing HVAC system to trap additional particles, reducing the amount of dirt, dust, and pollen that makes it into your HVAC appliances, ducts, and the air you breathe.

Moisture Control Systems

Humidity plays an important role in the quality of your indoor air. Air that contains more moisture can hold more heat, which can be detrimental during the summer, but beneficial during the winter. Furthermore, too much or too little moisture can cause deterioration of finishes and materials in your home or office, as well as affect personal comfort and health. Adding a humidifier or dehumidifier to your HVAC system allows you to exert improved control over the humidity in your property, boosting the effectiveness of your HVAC system by helping interior spaces to feel warmer or cooler, depending on your needs. Introducing additional humidity to dry air can improve respiratory conditions and relieve itchy, dry skin, while controlling excess humidity will prevent mold and mildew growth that can affect health and damage property.

Smarter Thermostats

When you think of making upgrades to your HVAC system, you may not consider changing your thermostat. However, modern thermostat technology can offer many advantages, from precise temperature and humidity control to energy-saving programs that will reduce your monthly HVAC bills without compromising comfort or air quality. Upgrading your thermostat to a product that offers improved convenience and control is a small change that can have a big impact on your HVAC system’s performance. Smart learning thermostats will take note of your most frequent temperature changes and develop the best heating and cooling program based on your preferences. Wireless thermostats allow you to make changes to the temperature and humidity inside your property from any location via a computer or mobile device, further increasing comfort and reducing energy usage when heating and cooling are not needed.

Whether you want to improve indoor air quality, reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning, or boost the efficacy of your HVAC system, we have the perfect product just waiting to serve your needs. You can reach a Durham HVAC specialist to get started via the contact page on our website, or scroll through our blog for additional articles on heating, cooling, and indoor air quality.