We’ve been trying to figure out how people made it through summer before the invention of air conditioning in the house.
We can’t downplay the role air conditioners play in keeping us comfortable on those hot summer days. So now we will be discussing Heating & A/C and what it is used for. By now you’re aware that HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, & air conditioning. An Heating & A/C system controls the temperature & humidity in a space. It’s also in charge of the quality of the air. It’s used in homes and businesses, but can also be found in vehicles and outside where portable units are used to cool down athletic interests, players and whatnot. Heating & A/C systems require various energy sources, including electricity, natural gas, propane, oil, and solar power. The first heating system was developed in the 19th century and was powered using oil to heat air that was then circulated through homes and offices. The first control units were invented in the early 20th century and were used to change the temperature of Heating & A/C systems. The first A/C units came about in the 1930s and were used to cool air that was then distributed through a space such as a house or office. Heat pumps are a type of Heating & A/C system that can be used for both cooling & heating. These units rely on electricity and use a refrigerant to transport heat between a space and the outside environment. Air conditioning units are more energy-efficient than heat pumps and ideal for cooling spaces, both large and small. Hope this article has been helpful.