There’s nothing like living the good life. If you have the means, then you should absolutely enjoy the finer things – including your HVAC system. Here are a few of the features that can fit in with your high end lifestyle and allow you to enjoy HVAC for luxury living.
- Zoning. Different areas of your house have different heating and cooling needs. Having one thermostat for your entire home means disparate temperatures between rooms. But a zoning system divides your house into sections, based on those home comfort needs, and puts a thermostat in each section. This way everyone can set the temperature to their personal home comfort level, and air is distributed as needed.
- Smart thermostat. A Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat is one of the most important aspects of HVAC for luxury living. It allows you to control the system from anywhere, via your mobile device. Set the system to turn on as you’re getting in your car to leave work. By the time you get home, your house will be the perfect temperature, without wasting energy. It can also learn your preferences over time, and even receive the local weather forecast and adjust your system based on that day’s conditions.
- Humidity control. Excessive moisture in your home is a great way to damage your high end decor, fostering mold and mildew. Too little moisture can cause damage too. If you have any expensive wood or leather furniture, it can dry out and crack. What you need is whole-house humidity control. Use a humidistat to set your humidity in the Goldilocks zone: not too high, not too low. You’ll improve your home comfort and preserve your high end aesthetic.
- Energy efficiency. By saving money on your energy bills, you’ll have more left over to indulge your luxury lifestyle in other ways. An A/C with a 26 SEER rating or a furnace with an AFUE of 97 percent can deliver premium heating and cooling using very little power.
For more tips on HVAC for luxury living, contact us at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing today. We provide quality home comfort solutions to Indianapolis.