Variable-speed compressors represent the latest in high-tech HVAC applications in Greensboro, NC. These compressors are paired with multi-speed blowers housed in indoor air handlers for the ultimate in performance, comfort, and efficiency.

What Are Variable-speed Compressors?

Single-stage compressors run at full capacity and then they cycle off. Variable-speed units ramp up or down to precisely match their output to the heating and cooling needs of your home. These units offer 70-700 speeds. The compressor can adjust speeds in degrees as small as 1/10th of one percent. This produces highly consistent indoor temperatures that vary by less than 1/2 of one degree from the thermostat setting.

Benefits of Variable-speed Compressors

  • Greater energy efficiency. Variable-speed compressors consume considerably less energy because they have longer and slower running times. Depending on the system and the setting, annual energy savings can exceed 50 percent.
  • Fewer repairs. Less equipment wear and tear results from fewer start cycles and hard starts. Over time, that reduces repair costs and associated downtime while maximizing the lifespan of your system.
  • Improved comfort. The combination of a multi-speed blower and a variable-speed compressor maintains remarkably even indoor temperatures throughout your living area.

What Are Multi-Speed Air Handlers?

Multi-speed blowers work in tandem with variable-speed compressors. Fan speeds self-adjust for maximum efficiency and comfort. Multi-speed air handlers can be paired with single-speed compressors. However, variable-speed compressors will only work with multi-speed air handler units.

When paired with multi-speed blower fans, variable-speed compressors can increase energy-efficient performance even more. With a sizeable reduction in wind and motor noise, these units run quietly. Longer and slower running times allow for excellent humidity control and cleaner indoor air.

The NATE-certified HVAC service technicians at Total Heating & Cooling, Inc. understand this state-of-the-art technology. Call us at (336) 542-5996 to learn more.

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