Most people think that air is free, but it has hidden costs. Although it can be as cheap and plentiful as water, it can also end up expensive like a designer sports drink. Fortunately, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems can keep the air in your home or business clean and comfortable without wasting money or energy.

The Right Amount of Heating
Space heaters can spend a lot of energy in a small space without doing much to distribute heat throughout a home or office. HVAC systems circulate air to keep heat from collecting in smaller spaces or getting distributed too widely to heat larger areas, keeping energy costs under control.

The Right Amount of Cooling
Cumbersome window air conditioners do little for internal rooms unless they are turned up to the maximum, overcooling some rooms to have a minimal effect on the adjoining ones. HVAC systems send cool air where it is most needed, not just the rooms with working air conditioners.

Better Air for Better Living
In addition to keeping air at a comfortable temperature, HVAC systems filter air to remove bacteria, which can make people sick, and dust, which can damage electronic equipment like computers or televisions. Ventilation is also important for keeping odors under control, whether it is the smell of cooking food from a residential kitchen or odor of a manufacturing process at a place of business.

Air may be invisible, but it is important not to overlook the money saved with a good HVAC system. The costs associated with inefficient air management, like overcooling some rooms to make others more comfortable or overheating small spaces while leaving large areas cold, can mount quickly.

If you want to investigate the many possibilities of HVAC for your home or business, consider contacting Haley Comfort Systems in Rochester Minnesota, at 800-574-2539 or Locate a Store near you. We offer a variety of heating and cooling systems, including fireplaces, air conditioning, and indoor air quality control systems.