The new year brings new trends to the HVAC industry. Which 2021 HVAC trends might benefit you as a Yuma homeowner? Learn more about some of these upcoming trends.
Indoor Air Quality
More and more homeowners are interested in improving their indoor air quality (IAQ) to help reduce their chance of getting sick. As this focus on IAQ continues, there’s been a growing trend toward using apps or other technology to measure IAQ. Knowing what the air quality inside your home is can help you determine if you need to make improvements, such as changing your HVAC filter or installing an air-filtration system.
Smart technology has been providing homeowners with a way to control their thermostat while they’re away from home, along with other benefits. One of many 2021 HVAC trends is that advancements in smart technology are expected to drive more homeowners toward investing in smart thermostats and other smart features for their HVAC system. This type of technology can help homeowners reduce the amount of money they typically spend on heating and cooling their home.
Eco-Friendly HVAC Options
Homeowners should find that they have more options to choose from when they want to make their home more environmentally friendly. Some 2021 HVAC trends that are eco-friendly, such as HVAC systems that run on solar power or geothermal energy, are likely to increase in demand among homeowners. These eco-friendly options can help homeowners reduce their energy consumption while heating and cooling their home, resulting in lower energy bills.
Motion-Activated Air Conditioning
The focus on using less energy is expected to lead to the use of motion-activated air conditioning. While this is mostly aimed at commercial buildings, homeowners might find it among their HVAC options in the near future. This type of system only runs when it’s activated by motion, which can help cut down on the amount of time a building’s air conditioning is running.
If you’re interested in learning more about 2021 HVAC trends that you might use in your Yuma home, please contact Hansberger Refrigeration and Electric Company today.