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Budget Tips For HVAC And Air Conditioning Upgrades This Summer

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As the summer months approach, there are a lot of options that you might want to consider for upgrades. One of the areas that might be on the top of your list is the HVAC system in your home. In addition to upgrading your AC, there are other options that you might want to consider, which can include things like adding a dehumidifier to the system and other energy-efficient improvements. The following AC upgrade guide will help you choose the right improvements and stay on budget. 

Update the Thermostat

One of the first upgrades that you might want to consider for the summer weather is a new thermostat. There are options for adding new smart technology to your home when you replace your HVAC thermostats. If you have a zoned AC system, then replacing the outdated thermostats can be a great way to improve the performance of your system. In addition, replacing old analog thermostats with smart thermostats can be a major upgrade to the performance of older systems. 

Add a Dehumidifier

Another option to consider for your system is installing a dehumidifier. There are a lot of benefits to having a dehumidifier integrated into your central HVAC system. One of these benefits is keeping finished basements dry. Another benefit is the humidifier function that can be used during the winter months to improve the air quality in your home. 

Invest in Smart Technology

There is another smart technology that can be added to your HVAC system besides the thermostat. Other sensors and automated dampers can be added to the ductwork. These things can be used in combination with an integrated air purifier to improve the quality of the air in your home. Smart home technology can also include air quality sensors that measure things like pollen levels during allergy season. 

Focus on Energy-Efficient Improvements

There are other energy-efficient improvements that you might also want to consider for your AC. Energy-efficient improvements can include something as simple as adding insulation to your ductwork or something as complicated as installing a heat pump system. You can also have an energy audit of your home completed before spending any money on HVAC system upgrades. An audit will tell you where energy is being lost and where you will want to spend money on upgrades. 

Choose an energy-efficient and reliable AC upgrade for your home this summer. Contact an HVAC contractor to discuss these upgrades and other options that you might want to do to your system before the summer arrives.