A variable-speed fan for your Aberdeen, North Carolina, home’s HVAC unit lets you change its speed for more precise control. Many heaters and air conditioners have a one-stage system that can only run at full speed. When it’s time for a new system, choose a variable-speed system for energy savings, higher indoor air quality, and comfort.

Energy Savings

Variable-speed systems don’t need as much energy as conventional systems. They have increased longevity than many other varieties and can reduce the risk of breakdowns caused by wear and overheating. This is because the fans don’t have to run at high speeds as often. Variable-speed units may be a bit more expensive, but the improved comfort and energy efficiency make them worth it.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Better indoor air quality will help prevent or reduce allergy or asthma symptoms. You may even find yourself dusting and vacuuming less often while still maintaining the same level of cleanliness within your home. Since variable-speed systems usually run longer at lower speeds than conventional models, they can dehumidify your home’s air more efficiently and improve your indoor air quality. Constant airflow also gives your HVAC system’s air filter more opportunities to catch pollen, dirt, dust, pet dander, and other pollutants.

Comfort

A variable-speed system also reduces uncomfortable temperature fluctuations caused by a traditional heater or air conditioner kicking on and off frequently. Their fans make less noise than standard systems, and some can make adjustments automatically based on the outdoor temperature or your indoor humidity.

Sandhills Heating & Refrigeration is a Trane Comfort Specialist with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We provide 100% customer satisfaction, and we can help you choose the best variable-speed air conditioning system for your home. For outstanding, quality service from our knowledgeable technicians, call us anytime at 910-338-3723.

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