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  • Practically a miracle worker, your HVAC system keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and it also helps to safeguard your indoor air quality. Running your HVAC system can be expensive, especially if the system is old, rundown, or in need of repair. Because of that, it’s essential to ensure you have the right system for your needs. Here’s a look at just a few of the many options.

    Dual HVAC Systems

    Also called a zoned HVAC system, these setups split your home into several different areas, and each one has a mini HVAC system dedicated just to that area. This type of system is ideal for residential and commercial buildings that have different heating and cooling needs in different areas. That can be due to different levels of insulation, lots of windows, because you don’t use one space as much, or in multiple other situations.

    Mini-Split HVAC Systems

    This commercial or residential HVAC system is a type of dual or zoned system. However, it’s completely ductless. Each area or individual room has a small unit that is generally installed on the upper part of the wall. Then, you get a unique thermostat for each unit so you can set different temperatures in different areas of your home or business.

    Heating and Air Conditioning Split System

    Not to be confused with the mini-split, this is the traditional type of HVAC equipment. Generally, it involves an air conditioner with a main unit that sits outside your home as well as a furnace that goes inside the home. A single thermostat controls the system, and a fan blows the air through the ducts of your home or office building.

    Dual Fuel HVAC Systems

    HVAC costs can represent a significant part of your home or business expenses. As a result, you may want to look at a system that doesn’t just rely on electricity. In particular, a dual fuel heat pump is the hybrid of home heating and cooling. It features an electric heat pump and a gas furnace. During the winter, the gas furnace keeps you warm and cozy, and during the summer, the electric-powered heat pump handles the cooling.

    Solar HVAC Systems

    If you really want to cut the cord and save on electrical costs, a solar HVAC system may be the best option for you. This is essentially an energy efficient heating and cooling system that connects to solar panels on your roof. The panels soak up energy during the day and use that to power your heater and air conditioner. Depending on your setup, you can use the solar energy to power other electric devices in your home, and if you have left over energy, you may even be able to sell it back to the local utility company.

    Packaged Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation Systems

    Similar to a traditional system, the packaged option contains the heating and cooling equipment all in one package. This is ideal for residential and commercial applications where space is limited. With this type of system, you can opt for dual fuel, solar, electric, or other options, and there are lots of HVAC brands available.

    Ready to improve the heating and cooling in your home or business? Then, give us a call at 1-800-540-1440 today or contact us online. At Holbrook Heating and Air Conditioning, we offer service through the New York area including Albany, Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester, and Poughkeepsie.