How does a system work?
Your dealer can tell you exactly how your equipment will work once installed, but these product demos and animations can help guide you with the decision-making process.
Comfort Sync™ thermostat
As the command center for your heating and cooling system. The communicating thermostat establishes a connection between all the different system components. That means each unit is being constantly monitored to optimize the overall system performance and deliver greater efficiency.
Before you sit down and make a purchase learn the difference between single- and two-stage operation, and the advantages each one has in terms of cooling performance and efficiency.
In warmer climates, your dealer may recommend an electric heat pump, because it can keep you cool all summer and warm through the winter.
Learn the differences between a single-stage furnace, a two-stage furnace and a two-stage furnace with a variable speed blower. This way, you’ll know the advantages to each when you talk with your dealer.
When your dealer installs an electric heat pump and a gas furnace together, it creates a dual-fuel system. Depending on the weather outside, the system changes from electric to gas heat to maintain desired thermostat settings and maximize efficiency.
Ducts are located within the wall, floor or ceiling and are used to deliver heated or conditioned air through your home. Having the correct network of ducts is critical to system efficiency and performance.