Whether it’s in the heat of July, or the chill of January, residential and commercial heating and cooling systems are necessary assets to the operation of our daily lives. On this episode of Air Intelligence, we dove into how to make HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) systems more efficient, environmentally friendly, and fool-proof with John Cotton of Field Controls.
“Houses need to breathe,” Cotton said, with equal air going out as going in. Cotton emphasized the importance of thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality by explaining how fans and HVAC systems work together to circulate fresh air.
If a complementary HVAC and fan system is not in place to cycle air throughout a home or business, the consequences can be alarming. Mold and mildew growth and breathing in polluted air are just a few health dangers of not having a professionally installed airflow system in place.
Cotton explained that airflow is measured in CFM: cubic feet per minute. CFM is the key to the equation for Field Control’s HVAC solutions, with each individual structure measured and calculated for a customizable airflow solution.
Beyond the health benefits of smart airflow, Field Control’s HVAC solutions are environmentally friendly Cotton said, noting “It can make your air conditioning system 90% more efficient because you’re not having to run it as frequently.”
Reducing the energy demands on your air conditioning compressor can, over time, elongate the life of your AC. Field Control’s HVAC solutions, such as VentCool, provide health and environment benefits for the modern home and business.