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Air Temperature Control, Inc.

“Serving Belleville, MI and the Surrounding Areas.”

Forced Air Systems: Repair & Replacement Options Serving Wayne & Washtenaw County, MI

What Are Forced Air Systems?
Forced air systems refer to heating and cooling systems that rely on an air handler to move
warm or cool air throughout the home. This air handler typically contains a fan that is powered Forced air systems work by using a fan to blow air over a hot or cold metal coil which is filled
with either liquid or gas. The air then travels through ducts and out into the home. This air is
either heated or cooled, depending on the season.
by electricity and a filter to clean the air. The system may also contain a heat exchanger, which
is a device that helps transfer heat between two mediums, such as air and water. Forced air
systems are the most common type of heating and cooling system in residential homes.
Forced air systems work by using a fan to blow air over a hot or cold metal coil which is filled
with either liquid or gas. The air then travels through ducts and out into the home. This air is
either heated or cooled, depending on the season.

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Don’t ever get stuck in the heat again – we’re available for all of your air conditioning repair needs. With over 100 years of combined experience keeping Southeast Michigan cool and comfortable, we have the background and training needed to repair all makes and models of air conditioning systems.

How Do Forced Air Systems Work?

Forced air systems are heating and cooling systems that use a fan to distribute conditioned air throughout a home or building. The system typically consists of a furnace or heat pump, a blower motor, and ductwork. The furnace or heat pump is responsible for heating or cooling the air. The blower motor is responsible for circulating the air through the ducts. The ducts are responsible for delivering the heated or cooled air to the desired locations in the home or building.
Want to know how forced air systems work? They move air around a home using tubes. This system includes different parts, like a heat exchanger, a burner, an evaporator coil, a thermostat, an air filter, and a blower. All of these pieces work together to ensure air is spread around the house. Depending on the temperature outside and the thermostat, the system will make the air inside the house either warm or cool.

How Do I No If A Forced Air System, Is The Right Choice?

The best way to determine if a forced air system is the right choice for your home is to consult with a qualified HVAC professional. They can assess your home’s size, layout, and energy efficiency needs and recommend the best type of system for you. Lots of people in the U.S. use forced air systems for heating and cooling their homes. These systems are great because they are efficient and help lower energy bills. They also work well to get rid of allergens. They are relatively easy to repair and maintain.
Air Temperature Control, Inc has provided forced air services in the Belleville area for two decades. Our team of technicians can help you choose and install the perfect system for your house. We also provide repair services if your existing system needs maintenance or repair. Contact us to find out more!
What are the benefits Forced Air Systems: Repair & Replacement
1. Improved energy efficiency: Forced air systems are designed to provide efficient heating and cooling, especially when compared to other heating and cooling systems. This makes them a great option for homeowners looking to reduce their energy costs.
2. Improved air quality: Forced air systems are designed to circulate air through filters and other air purification systems to improve indoor air quality. This can help to reduce allergies, asthma, and other health concerns caused by poor air quality.
3. Quiet Operation: Forced air systems are designed to be quiet, making them a great option for homes with multiple rooms or where noise levels are a concern.
4. Easy Maintenance: Forced air systems are relatively easy to maintain. Regular filter changes, cleaning and inspection of the system can help to ensure that the system is working properly and efficiently.
5. Flexibility: Forced air systems can be easily customized to fit your needs. You can add additional zones and thermostats to control temperatures in different parts of your home. You can also add air purification systems to improve the air quality in your home.
Types of Forced Air Systems
1. Central Air Conditioners
2. Heat Pumps
3. Furnaces
4. Ductless Mini-Split Systems
5. Air Handlers
6. Packaged Systems
7. Zone Control Systems
8. Air Purification Systems
9. Humidifiers
10. Ventilation Fans
Electric
Forced Air systems are the most common type of heating system found in homes. They use an electric-powered blower motor to push warm air through a system of ducts and vents to heat the home.
Advantages: – Relatively inexpensive to install – Easy to maintain and repair – Can be used to distribute cool air from air conditioners – Can be zoned for more efficient heating and cooling
Disadvantages: – Can be noisy – Can be inefficient if not properly sized for the space – Can be expensive to operate.
Heat pump
Forced air systems use a heat pump to transfer heat between the inside and outside of the home. The heat pump compresses refrigerant, which is then circulated through an indoor evaporator coil and then an outdoor condenser coil. The heat pump extracts heat from the outside air and transfers it to the inside of the home. This can be used to both heat and cool the home.
Hydronic coil systems
Also known as forced-air systems, use heated water from a boiler to warm air, which is then distributed throughout the home by air ducts. This type of system is popular in colder climates where homeowners are looking for an efficient way to heat their homes. Hydronic coils also provide cooling in the summer by using the same ducts to circulate cold air from an air conditioner.

We Service All AC Makes and Models

Regular air conditioner maintenance will not only increase your system’s lifespan, but it can reduce your energy costs and improve your home’s indoor air quality. But eventually, all AC systems need service and repair. When your AC unit can no longer cool your home to the temperature you desire, if your AC seems to be running all the time or blows warm air, or if your AC system is more than 8 years old, it’s time to call the HVAC experts at Air Temp Control, Inc.  Although we are authorized Comfortmaker dealers, we provide comprehensive AC service and repair on all makes and models.
For air conditioner installations, maintenance, or repairs, contact 734-697- 8288 Belleville MI’s top-rated heating and cooling technicians at Air Temperature Control today! We service Romulus, Ypsilanti, Canton, Ann Arbor, New Boston, and the surrounding areas.

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