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This page is devoted to useful information about heating and cooling systems. Continue reading to learn about the difference between central and local heating and cooling systems, what common heating and cooling solutions are used on the market, and what a thermostat really does and can do.

Central and Local Systems
Heating and cooling systems may be classified as either central or local. Central heating and cooling is the more prevalent form, and is defined as a system that produces warm or cool air in one central area then distributes it throughout the home. Central heating and cooling systems often include:

  • Heat Pumps
  • Air Conditioners
  • Gas Furnaces
  • Fan Coils
  • Evaporator Coils
  • Single Packaged Products
  • Controls and Thermostats

Meanwhile, local heating and cooling produces warm or cool air at the location where it is needed and serves small spaces. Examples of local cooling systems include:

  • Room Air Conditioners
  • Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners

Heating
Heating systems keep your home warm and comfortable. If you live in a particularly cold climate, the function of your heating system is a high priority.

Most central heating systems are classified as forced air systems because they send air through ductwork for distribution. Radiant systems create heat and deliver it using components such as radiators that distribute the heat into the home. Boilers are another traditional radiant heat source.

Typical heating products include:

  • Heat Pumps
  • Gas Furnaces
  • Fan Coils
  • Single Packaged Products
Cooling
An air-conditioning system provides cooling, ventilation, humidity control and sometimes even heating for a home. Whole-home air conditioning systems are central systems that rely on ducts to deliver cooled air throughout the home. 
Air-conditioned homes often have sealed windows because open windows would disrupt the efforts of the control system to maintain a constant temperature.

Typical air conditioning products include:

  • Heat Pumps
  • Central Air Conditioners
  • Evaporator Coils
  • Room Air Conditioners
  • Single Packaged Products

Thermostats
The term "thermostat" commonly refers to any unit that controls the operation of a heating and cooling system. Thermostats are used to turn on heating or cooling systems to bring the home to a set temperature. In addition to basic temperature control, programmable thermostats can be used to manage the timing of the system's functions, which can control overall energy use and costs.

Call today to learn more about heating and cooling options.

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    Ingell Refrigeration A/C Inc.
    1115 4th Street
    Port Huron, MI 48060
    Phone: (810) 982-4226
    Phone: (810) 982-0245

    In Business Since 1945
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