Heating and Cooling Systems For Your Home

The heating and cooling systems of your home are also known as it is HVAC equipment. This phrase stands for Heating, Air flow & Air Conditioning. The HVAC equipment is in charge of the temperature, humidity & quality of the in house environment and comfort for the habitants. jc heating and cooling

There are many different types of heating, ventilating & cooling down equipment. The type of equipment found in any particular area needs to with it is climate. The length & coldness of winter and the length & hotness of summer are the key factors in deciding what is needed. The dampness levels also play an important role on what equipment would be required. 


Heating your home obviously is a process of adding high temperature to the indoor environment therefore increasing the temperatures. The typical winter season thermostat temperature setting is 66F to 70F with the average being around 68F. This is a reasonable temp for comfort and efficiency. Below are the most frequent heating systems installed in new homes today.

Forced Air – Virtually all common sort of heating and cooling systems used. A blower circulates air across a heat exchanger to heat the home. AIR-CONDITIONING systems can added to these systems.

Heat Pump – There are lots of types of heat pumps, however most common is the air-source heat pump. Heat heels provide the heating and cooling for your home.

Hydronic – Water is heated by a central heating boiler and circulated through radiator units positioned in the home.

Glowing – Water is heated up with a boiler and circulated through tubing positioned in floors, walls or ceiling to warm those floors which in turns warms the space by light.

Geothermal – A temperature pump that uses the floor or water for the heat source. It acts your heating and cooling down needs in one system.

Electric – Heat comes through electric or level of resistance heaters when electricity is passed through the device.


The cooling down of your home, also known as air conditioner, is the removal of high temperature to cool and dehumidify the indoor air. The typical summertime thermostat environment is 74F to 80F with the standard being around 78F. This average temperatures is reasonable for comfort and efficiency. Below are the most frequent A/C systems installed in new homes today.

Forced Air – Virtually all common form of heating and cooling systems installed. A great air compressor circulates a refrigerant between two shelves (one indoors & one outdoors), then the blower produces through the indoor coils which removes the temperature from the home and it is circulated to the outdoors to dissipate the heat that was consumed to the outdoor air. It uses a method of ductwork to distribute the conditioned air throughout the home.

Ductless Split Program – A mini-split ac system. Similar to the traditional split system, however each room has an air handler located it for individual control and so no need for air ducting.


The objective of ventilation in a home is to help control the inside air quality & dampness levels. It is best to control this fresh air through the heating and cooling systems of the home.

Kitchens and restrooms have ventilation systems for removal of odors and moisture. If these are ducted through unconditioned areas (ex: attic, crawlspace), they should be insulated to avoid condensation from forming.

Clothing dryers are another form of ventilation where the moisture is vented to the outside. This ducting should become of metal water pipe for proper fire safeguard as well as its joints are to be only taped along (high quality aluminum recording is best) as anchoring screws will accumulate lint & eventually clog the duct. Clothes dryers is never vented to the in house (some stores sell this type of lint enthusiast for this purpose) as this will raise the in house humidity levels tremendously and will contribute to mould growth & poor in house quality of air.