Now that winter is on its way, you’ve got plenty of time to think about whether or not your air conditioning system is still up to the job of keeping you cool during the summer months. If your AC unit is more than ¾ of the way through its life expectancy- then it’s best to replace it now with something modern and efficient. One great option many people are considering is a Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system.
The Benefits of a VRF HVAC System
With a new VRF AC unit, you will enjoy;
- Quieter operation
- Consistent comfort
- Improved energy efficiency
- Flexible installation for confined spaces
- Simultaneous heating and cooling
- Advanced controls
- Multi-zone air treatment
- Less downtime from breakdowns
The advanced VRF compressor allows the system to pinpoint the precise air conditioning needs of various locations in your home or office. The multi-zone air treatment capabilities allow the VRF to cool or warm each room separately. This allows you to set each area to the desired temperature for the people who use each room. It is also a great way to provide a cooler environment for computing equipment when higher temps may be called for in other nearby areas.
VRF systems are among the quietest air conditioning systems on the market. You’ll find that you won’t even notice when it turns on, and you probably won’t know it’s working until you realize how comfortable you are.
VRF systems are among the most efficient air conditioning systems available. With the flexible installation capabilities, they take up minimal space while providing a range of comfort creation benefits.
VRF systems come with state of the art temperature monitoring and management controls. Set the system to your desired temperature, and it will monitor conditions to protectively maintain your comfort zones.
Reliable Heating Service
Since 1910, Gunthers has provided American Fork residents and commercial customers with reliable services. From our amazing heating and cooling solutions to quality plumbing services, we are here for you in more ways than one. Contact us today to learn more about our VRF HVAC systems!