HVAC Contractor In Culpeper, VA Discusses Most Common HVAC Units

July 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Brandy Station, Virginia based Dynamic Heating and Cooling recently published a new blog entry where they talk about the most commonly used HVAC systems. This article can be accessed through the following link: https://www.dynamiccooling.com/residential-hvac-standard-split-systems/.

The topic was also brought up briefly in a previous blog post, in which the company promised to go into more detail in the near future. While the new post accomplishes this, Dynamic Heating and Cooling goes a step further by describing each of the discussed HVAC systems, including a breakdown of the terminology that may be used to refer to them and a physical description to help readers identify the system in question.

Josh Bersee, a representative for Dynamic Heating and Cooling, says, "Our expectations with this new blog entry is to help our customers clear some of the common doubts and misconceptions they have regarding their HVAC units. We know of many cases where an HVAC repairman may be talking to their customer in overly technical terms, leaving them more confused since they haven’t understood a single word that the technician said. It is for this reason that we decided to create this article, as we seek to educate our customers and make them more familiar with the topic."

In the article itself, the local company asserts that the most popular residential HVAC unit is the standard split system. The standard split system earned its popularity due to the reliability, quality, and durability that it possesses. It is one of the toughest parts of an HVAC system, lasting for long periods of time with minimal maintenance. Identifying these systems is rather easy as well, given that these systems consist of two components, and the name suggests. One component is located inside the house and sees more usage than its counterpart since it manages the temperature and redirects cool air towards the house’s interior. The other component is located outside the residence and redirects the hot air from within the house to the exterior environment.

After the standard split system, the most commonly used appliance is a furnace and air conditioner component. It is a popular system in areas where there is a constant need to keep the system on for an extended time. It uses a refrigerant as the heat exchange fluid, through copper lines, which means that a copper evaporator coil that is installed inside the furnace cabinet does most of the hard work. It is also more durable than the standard split system, since none of its components are exposed outdoors. More information on these different systems is available through the following link: https://www.dynamiccooling.com/nbk7.

Conveniently, Bersee remarks that Dynamic Heating and Cooling is always available to answer their clients’ inquiries and advise them of the most suitable HVAC system for their own living space. He says, "We will gladly help our customers pick the system that will satisfy their needs the best. We will go the extra mile to ensure they get a good quality unit that will last them for many years to come. If they need help installing it, we'll gladly do that as well, as we are specialists and can handle installation jobs within a couple of hours, depending on the complexity of the system installed."

Dynamic Heating and Cooling offers maintenance, repairs, service, and replacement of any components of an HVAC system. They take great pride in offering a comprehensive range of services that always fulfill their clients’ needs, regardless of their unique situations. These services are catered towards both residential and commercial HVAC systems. In effect, this means that the local specialists are equipped to deal with any situation regardless of the scale of the project or its complexity.

Those interested in hiring a reputable company to either repair, replace, or install HVAC systems, may contact Josh Bersee of Dynamic Heating and Cooling. They may also visit the company's website, where their other blog entries covering a range of related topics can be found. The website can be accessed through the following link: https://www.dynamiccooling.com.

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For more information about Dynamic Heating and Cooling, contact the company here:

Dynamic Heating and Cooling
Josh Bersee
(540) 272-9476
info@dynamiccooling.com
Dynamic Heating and Cooling Brandy Station, VA 22714

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