HVAC systems have been around for decades, and they’ve been steadily improving as new technologies are introduced. The rapid advancement of technology in recent years means we’ve found all sorts of ways to make your HVAC system as smart, energy efficient, and long-lasting as possible. The world of HVAC systems has a lot of changes on the horizon in 2020, and we’re here to share some of the most exciting new HVAC technologies coming later this year.

Smart Thermostats

We’ve seen a surge of new ‘smart’ devices in the past decade. These devices are capable of connecting to your wi-fi and even syncing up with other devices in the home. Smart thermostats are no different, with the power to connect with Samsung SmartThings and Alexa devices. With smart thermostats, you can change the temperature in your home simply by speaking to your Alexa device. These devices are also capable of turning off the AC and any lights you accidentally left on when you leave the home. Smart thermostats are a great addition to any home, and they can make your life much easier. 

Smart HVAC Systems

Smart HVAC systems could drastically reduce your electric bill and save you from hundreds of dollars in expensive repair work. These new systems are designed to self-monitor, giving you insights into the status of different parts of your system. They can let you and your HVAC repair team know when any part of the system needs maintenance, which helps you catch and fix problems early on. They can also signal your HVAC team to reach out and schedule maintenance work with you. With a smart HVAC system, even the least knowledgeable homeowners can keep tabs on the status of their systems and stay in communication with their repair teams. 

Virtual Reality Training for HVAC Professionals

VR HVAC training is becoming a cost-effective way of helping HVAC students get licensed with less equipment and less time. This means students will be able to break into the field faster, meeting the demand for more licensed HVAC technicians. It also gives the students a better view of a wide range of systems so they can identify the anatomy of the most popular HVAC systems. This helps cut down on rookie mistakes in the field, and it lowers the cost of getting licensed as an HVAC technician, making education more accessible to a wider range of people. We look forward to seeing where VR HVAC training goes in the future, but it’s already making ripples in the HVAC industry.

HVAC Maintenance and Repairs With Ellis AC

If you need HVAC maintenance, repairs, or replacements, Ellis AC can help. Our team of licensed HVAC technicians will quickly diagnose and repair any issues with your system, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about keeping your system healthy. Call or visit our website today for more information or a free quote on our top-notch HVAC repairs and maintenance. We look forward to serving you!