How 2021 HVAC Trends Can Help Your Home

2021 HVAC trends continue the pattern of recent years: onward and upward. Heating and cooling technology has been in a nearly continuous mode of progress in recent years as new innovations in HVAC equipment — as well as ancillary developments in other realms such as smart home technology — continue to interact. All signs indicate that 2021 HVAC trends and progress will maintain that course in the coming year.

Some examples of 2021 HVAC trends that are already impacting the industry, as well as those on the horizon, include:

Sensor-Driven HVAC

Total interaction with smart home systems is one of the 2021 HVAC trends coming to fruition even as you read this post. Multiple indoor sensors throughout the house can monitor temperature, humidity, indoor air quality, and other factors to provide more information to ever-smarter thermostats. These systems can remotely operate HVAC vents throughout the house and also actuate components like dehumidifiers and high-efficiency filtration to fine-tune comfort and air quality.

Heating and Cooling Is Not Enough

Indoor air quality (IAQ) advancements are among the 2021 HVAC trends that have rapidly become more critical in this challenging time. Options on the horizon include advanced IAQ technology integrated directly into cooling and heating components, vs. traditional, separate add-on units. Promising HVAC trends also include research that may deliver higher air-filtration efficiency with less airflow restriction.

Geothermal Growth

2021 HVAC trends encompass the upswing in geothermal technology that harvests the earth’s heat. Look for increasing impact of new hybrid heat pumps that integrates both ground-source geothermal as well as more traditional air-source heat pump technology into a single system. This optimizes dependable cold-weather operation without the requirement for reliance on backup electrical or gas heating. Hybrid systems also open geothermal options up to a wider market with more space-saving installation of ground components on residential lots.

Like every year since 1922, at Paitson Bros. we’re keeping up with current HVAC trends. Contact us for more information about what’s on the horizon.

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