HVAC Concord NC
Among the various types of HVAC systems, the most popular are heat pumps. The systems are also known by the names condenser-residual air conditioning (CRAC) systems and evaporative cooling towers. Heat pumps have been around since the 1950s when they were first developed and released in the market. They are very efficient systems that are most commonly used for home and small office use in areas where the temperature does not vary much from a cold point to a hot point.
A heat pump is a device that uses the concept of an advanced variation of Forced Air Furnace (Fagone, Turbulence) wherein the heat generated from the furnace is recovered and transferred to a condenser, where it is stored until it is needed. There is a space between the condenser and the evaporator that are filled with a fluid such as Freon. These heat pumps are usually placed on the roofs of multi-story buildings or other buildings that have an adequate number of floors so that they can cool down the entire building.
Since the duct work is usually located in the attic or at a basement level, ventilation is often a problem in HVAC Concord. In some cases, heat pumps that use air-source heat pumps do not have the option of installing vents in attics or basements. However, new models of these systems are being introduced that have the option of vents being installed on the ceilings or attics of the building. Some HVAC Concord builders also offer finishes for their systems, which make them more appealing and easier to maintain. For more information on HVAC Concord, contact your local heating and cooling company today.