It’s nice to set a speed on your car and then let the car do the work of adjusting as needed to maintain that speed. You can have a similar experience with your heating and cooling system. When you are driving without cruise control, think of the burst of push that happens when you accelerate compared to when you are driving with cruise control.
With a standard furnace, that same explosion of energy results when the furnace recognizes that more heat is needed in the home. A multi-stage system has two or more output levels. Most of the time, your system can run at a lower level, allowing for more continual and consistent air distribution. It’s like cruise control for your family’s home comfort. Traditional systems on the other hand have only on or off.
Multi-stage HVAC control offers more levels of comfortable air output…and can even stay within one degree of your thermostat setting.
- Consistent comfort level – remains within one degree of your ideal temperature
- Low speed operation lets your air filters capture more of the contaminants in the air, so your air is cleaner and healthier
- Quiet operation – no big blast of air or noise when your system comes on
- Efficiency – allows your furnace to run at a lower level when possible, conserving energy
Rolf Griffin Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning in Fort Wayne can share additional background on the multi-stage systems and expand on the benefits. Give us a call at 260-557-1275 to learn more about including an HVAC cruise control system in your home or schedule an appointment online.