The latest technologies can help you increase your HVAC system’s efficiency. They can also improve your comfort and raise the value of your Farmington, Arkansas, home. Some upgrades are expensive, but you’ll get your investment back through lower utility bills and repair costs. Save energy with home technology trends like a smart thermostat, HVAC zoning and humidity control.

A Smart Thermostat

A smart thermostat can connect wirelessly to cameras, motion sensors, and other devices that learn your routine over time and save energy. It will turn down your HVAC system while you’re asleep or at work. Then, it’ll return your home to a more comfortable temperature before you wake up or get home.

You won’t have to spend time programming it, and you can control it from your computer or smart phone. Many models also provide detailed information about your power use and remind you to maintain your system.

HVAC Zoning

An HVAC system with zoning has dampers in the ductwork to direct conditioned air where you need it. You can also choose a ductless system with more than one indoor unit. Thermostats in different areas or zones let you control separate rooms independently. That way, family members won’t have to argue about the temperature of your home, and you won’t have to condition unoccupied areas.

Humidity Control

High humidity can make your home’s air feel hot and stuffy in summer. By controlling humidity, you can save energy. You may even be able to utilize a smaller, less expensive HVAC system.

A dehumidifier will make you feel cooler and keep you from using your air conditioner as much. In winter, a humidifier can prevent dry air and symptoms like sore throats, itchy eyes or dry skin. It can also help you feel warmer. Many smart thermostats can connect to a dehumidifier or humidifier to control your home’s humidity precisely.

Morrow Heat & Air, LLC can help you upgrade your heater with the latest home technology trends. For outstanding service and more information about your options, call us anytime at 877-800-0477.

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