Considering the weather here in Northeastern Texas can range from sweltering and muggy in the summer to frigid and miserable in winter, it’s in every homeowner’s best interest to have a properly functioning HVAC system in place to accommodate any heating or cooling needs throughout the year. Similar to our commercial HVAC services we offer, we are proud to provide full-service, exceptional residential HVAC expertise to our Grayson County, TX clients.
Furnaces are responsible for heating and circulating warm air in the home during the winter months.. A furnace’s heating capacity is measured with an AFUE or otherwise known as: Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency percentage. A higher AFUE percentage indicates the furnace is functioning properly and distributing warm air adequately throughout your house.
A traditional home’s airflow system has two parts: an indoor unit, such as a furnace or air handler, and an outdoor unit, with the motor and compressor. As the outside unit pulls in air, it chills it and flows it to the air handler inside, which then disperses the cooled air throughout the home.