Wardlaw Heating & Cooling is a company that can provide complete solutions for your HVAC needs. Our certified heating and cooling professionals are dedicated to delivering exceptional results and exceptional service to our customers that you won’t find anywhere else in Thessalon, Ontario.
Wardlaw Heating & Cooling recognizes that HVAC issues can arise at unexpected times. As a result, our services are available at no additional cost 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including after-hours, holidays, and weekends. Furthermore, if you want to save money on your new heating and cooling systems, make sure to ask us about our incredible discounts and financing options!
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Yes, HVAC and air conditioning are technically the same thing. HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning appliances. These machines allow homeowners to control the indoor temperature of their homes throughout the year. As such, you can think of an air conditioning system as a part of your home’s overall HVAC system, which may also include a heating source like a furnace or boiler, a ventilation system like a UV purifier, a thermostat, and air ducts!
Some HVAC systems do include indoor as well as outdoor parts. For example, a split air conditioning system. The indoor unit contains the evaporator coil and blower and is installed inside and serves as the system’s core. The outdoor unit, which is home to the compressor and condenser coil, is installed outside. The indoor unit cools and circulates air, whereas the outdoor unit releases heat. They work together to provide efficient temperature control and comfort.
Think about whether or not you have a central heating and cooling system that moves air all through your home to confirm if you have an HVAC system (chances are, most homes do). Look for an interior unit, such as a furnace or boiler, and an outdoor unit, such as an air conditioning condensing unit. These demonstrate the existence of a heating and cooling system in your home.
Yes, some HVAC systems include refrigerant. For example, air conditioning systems and heat pumps use refrigerant to absorb heat from the outside or inside air to either heat or cool your home’s interior, depending on what your comfort needs are throughout the year. That said, units like a furnace and boilers do not use refrigerant as they rely on a combustion process to generate heat.
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