Speed doesn’t kill when it comes to HVAC systems, but it’s not the most efficient way to heat and cool your home. Instead, you should always choose variable speed technology from Climate Control Company. Just like the tale of the tortoise and hare, HVAC is a marathon not a sprint. Your HVAC system is most efficient when it runs at a slower speed, maintained over a longer period of time. Slow and steady uses less energy, and produces a more consistent climate.
That’s why the latest technology in variable speed air conditioners and heat pumps from Lennox is the most efficient choice. For years, the cutting edge of advanced technology in the HVAC industry has been in the field of increasing efficiency.
Air conditioners and heat pumps don’t generate hot air or cold air, instead they use electricity to transfer heat. It’s how a heat pump can cool during the summer and heat during the winter. When equipped with variable speed technology, it means the system can run at exactly the speed it needs to based on conditions inside your home and the thermostat setting. Once the desired temperature is reached, a variable speed heat pump or A/C will run at the lowest speed possible to deliver consistent, energy-efficient climate control.
Climate Control prides itself in another area of advanced technology. We have an entire division dedicated to the latest in systems controls and smart building technology. Not many HVAC companies can say that. With the Internet of Things, we firmly believe in the near future many, if not most homes and businesses will have automatic controls for heating, cooling, lighting, and security. It’s why our employees undergo constant training to keep up with the advanced technology and make sure it’s properly installed in your home or business.
When it comes to heating and cooling in Aspen and the entire Western Slope, Climate Control is the leader when it comes to variable speed systems and the latest technology in systems control. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about what we have to offer.