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Heating & Cooling

Heating & Cooling

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Variable Refrigerant Flow

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF), also known as variable refrigerant volume (VRV), is an HVAC technology that uses refrigerant as the heating and cooling medium.  VRF systems vary the flow of refrigerant to indoor units based on demand.  These systems can perform at high capacities, provide simultaneous heating & cooling, are extremely quiet and very compact as compared to other HVAC equipment

Geothermal Technology

Geothermal heating and cooling systems take advantage of the stable temperature underground using a piping system or loop.  Water circulates in the loop to exchange heat between your home, the ground source heat pump and the earth.  AIMS offers a closed loop installation comprised of either horizontal trenching or vertical bores.

Geothermal technology is very efficient and can potentially cut your heating, cooling and hot water costs up to 80%.  Actual savings is dictated by demand and the cost of energy.

Heating & Cooling

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Hydronic Radiant Heating

Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to the floor or panels in the wall or ceiling.  More efficient as compared to baseboard heating or forced air heating since no heat is lost through ducts.  Options for radiant heat include in slab, transfer plates, suspended and on top of floor installations.

 Heat Pumps & Conventional AC

Heat pumps and conventional air conditioners differ, but they rely on the same principles to condition inside air temperatures.  Both systems utilize a compressor to compress refrigerant contained within the system.

Since the cooling capacities of both a heat pump and a conventional air conditioner are about the same, the heating capacity should carry the most weight when choosing one system over the other.