What is HVAC?
HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. The heating process increases the temperature of your home’s air, bringing it to a warmer level during cold winter months. The process of ventilation constantly exchanges indoor air with air from outside, providing healthy air quality inside your home. In warmer months, air conditioning cools the air brought in from outside and removes the humidity to maintain a comfortable and safe temperature.
Heating & Cooling
White Heating & Air Conditioning has 2 decades of expertise with all sorts of HVAC systems. We are a Lennox Partner & we are proud to offer their furnaces & air conditioners to our customers. We also install a range of programmable and WiFi-compatible thermostats, which increase the efficiency and accuracy of your home’s HVAC systems.
Have additional HVAC needs? We can help. Ductless minisplits & garage heaters can help with heating in odd spaces, and geothermal heating & cooling units provide efficient, green energy. Our team can also design & install HVAC systems for new construction.
HVAC units help maintain a constant comfort level for you and your family. The Home Depot carries lots of heating and air conditioning options for you to choose from. We have a wide selection of heating systems and cooling systems, and our team of experts can help you with repairs, choosing an HVAC system, or installing a new unit and regular maintenance.
Does My Home Need a Humidifier?
The quality of air that circulates in your home is something to consider when choosing HVAC for residential. Start with choosing the best air filter for your home. White Heating uses this filter performance rating (FPR) to identify air filter brands as premium, best, better and good. Professionals use an air filter rating system of Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) as an industry standard and the ratings do not equate.
Humidifiers capture dry heat and air throughout your home by infusing moisture into dry spaces. Dry air inside your home can cause plenty of unpleasant effects. It can lead to dry skin and sore throats, and it may even allow the flu to spread faster. It can draw the moisture out of leather, cloth, wood, and plaster, causing damage to your furniture, floors, and more. Dry air and resulting static electricity can even damage your electronic devices. As well as protecting your home and health, proper moisture levels can also lower your energy bills.
A humidifier is essential for optimal comfort and energy efficiency in the winter. Dry indoor air draws the moisture out of your skin, making you feel colder. You turn up the thermostat, but you still feel cold – that’s because when air is taken in from outside your home and heated up, some of the moisture in the air is lost through evaporation, drying the air inside even further. By boosting the moisture levels in the air inside your home, you can feel warmer without touching the thermostat.
Home humidifiers are invaluable for both comfort and energy efficiency!
Beyond our expansive inventory of HVAC products, system maintenance and professional air conditioner installation. We can also help you choose the best heating and air conditioning brand for your home. Whether you’re replacing an HVAC system or installing a thermostat, our knowledgeable associates can help you decide what heating and cooling equipment is best for your individual needs.