What’s the Latest Trends in Home Cooling?
Heating and cooling systems have made huge advancements in the last decade, but what HVAC trends can we expect going into the future? It’s good for both contractors and homeowners to be aware of where the industry is heading because they can adapt their services and homes to the changes.
A growing number of household goods are WiFi enabled, making the “internet of things” (IoT) a popular taking point amongst homeowners. Over the past few years, we have seen a growing number of people moving towards smart home integration.
So how does all of this help with your cooling needs? Zoning! If done correctly, zoning should give you the power of individual temperature control in every zone/room in your home. Although the concept of zoning has been around for a number of years, how those zones are controlled, has evolved over the years.
With an integrated Smart Home Solution like MyAir, you can enjoy the luxury of having your room, your way. You can control the temperature in your room from one central home hub or the mobile app. What’s awesome about this technology is, because you have access to the system via a mobile app, you can control the temperature in your home from anywhere. So during those blistering hot summer days, you can always come home to a cool house.
Going Green, But Not Only For The Environment!
More and more consumers have concerns about the environmental impact of the products they buy. With rising carbon levels, this makes sense, but it also means consumers will pay more for systems that are more environmentally-friendly than other options. They see that a higher upfront cost can not only reduce emissions but also reduce what they pay for heating and cooling over time.
By dividing your home up into zones – one for every room, you heat or cool only the rooms you are using. More zones equals more control over energy usage. Conditioning only the areas you want to, saves you money on your electricity bill, and may also mean the size of your aircon unit for the home can be smaller, which saves upfront capital expense too.
What makes this the latest trend?
The ability of this system to think for itself! Yes, you can teach the system to perform tasks based on several events. For example, should the temperature in your suburb increase or decrease, MyAir has the ability to note the change in temperature and adjust your air conditioning unit accordingly. So if you would like to add comfort and control to your life using the lastest tech, MyAir Smart air conditioning is the way to go!
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