HVAC technology is a field that is ever changing, and that is a good thing.
Not everyone in the world uses a lot of heating and cooling, but here in this country, we love it.
We are unlikely to ever voluntarily give up our air conditioning systems down here in the south, and in the northern reaches of the country people would likely die if they had to do without proper heating. Even so, everyone knows that furnaces and air conditioners are some of the biggest users of energy. Our energy consumption is gigantic. Scientists are aware that there is a limited amount of fossil fuel available to the world, so it is vital that we search for alternative fuel sources. It is also vital that we improve HVAC technology so that heating and cooling systems use less energy in the meantime. In recent years, there has been an explosion of HVAC technology designed to help the consumer and help the planet. Smart thermostats are a simple yet effective tool in the heating and cooling world. Smart thermostats have proven to reduce energy consumption and reduce heating and cooling costs. HVAC usage sensors are interesting, as well. My brother has HVAC sensors in his house. If the sensors do not detect movement in a room, they reduce the amount of a/c in that room. HVAC with zone technology, too, is incredible. HVAC with zone control is designed to send heating and cooling only to those areas of the house that you require. For example, if you have a second floor that no one uses regularly, you can set the thermostat for that floor differently than the thermostat setting for the first floor.