Air Temperature Control, Inc.

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Air Temperature Control, Inc.

“Serving Belleville, MI and the Surrounding Areas.”

What Is HVAC and How Does it Work?

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How Does an HVAC System Work?

Call Now: 734-697-8288 An HVAC system works by circulating cooled or heated air throughout space. The system has several main components, including a thermostat, a furnace, an air conditioner, a heat pump, and ductwork. The thermostat monitors the temperature of the space and sends signals to the other components to turn on or off depending on the desired temperature. The furnace and air conditioner use either electricity or gas to generate heat or cold air, which is then circulated by the ductwork throughout the space. The heat pump is a combination of an air conditioner and a furnace, and it can be used to heat or cool the air depending on the season.

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.

It is a system that controls the temperature, humidity, and air quality in buildings. It works by taking in outside air, filtering it, heating or cooling it, and then redistributing it back into the building. The system also uses fans and ducts to move the air throughout the building. In short, HVAC Companies of 2023 are hired to maintain comfortable temperatures and air quality in buildings. After evaluating your home and needs, our HVAC contractors will help you determine the system that is right for you.

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What Does an HVAC System Do?

An HVAC system is responsible for providing a comfortable, controlled climate in a home or commercial building. HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. The system is comprised of several parts, including a furnace, air conditioner, evaporator coils, and a blower. The furnace warms the air, and the air conditioner cools it. The blower pushes the air throughout the building, and the evaporator coils filter the air, removing any airborne particles. The system is designed to maintain an optimal temperature and humidity level in the building. At the most basic level, a properly installed HVAC system takes in air, cools or heats that air, and blows it into an indoor space of your home.

Air Conditioning Systems

We offer a wide range of air conditioning systems, from split systems to ducted systems. Call 734-697-8288 so we can help you choose the perfect system to suit your needs and budget. Our experienced technicians can install, maintain, and repair your air conditioning system to ensure it is running efficiently and effectively. We also offer a 24/7 emergency service so you can be sure that your needs are taken care of.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps draw heat from the air and the ground outside and ‘pump’ it inside to heat your home. There are three main types of heat pumps: air source, ground source, and water source. Heat pumps are a good choice for heating a home if you are looking for an energy-efficient, low-carbon heating system. They work well in milder climates and can provide an alternative to traditional gas- or oil-fired boilers.


Furnaces are a type of heating system that uses a fuel source to heat air and distribute it throughout the home. The most common type of furnace is a gas furnace, which uses natural gas to provide heat. Electric furnaces use electricity and can be more efficient than gas furnaces. Heat pumps are another type of furnace system that uses air from outside to provide heat and cool air for the home.
Each HVAC system varies depending on the heating and cooling needs of a home, where that home is located, its age, its existing ductwork, its heating and cooling needs, and other factors.

Types of HVAC Systems

1. Central Air Conditioner: This type of system consists of an outdoor compressor/condenser unit and an indoor air handler. The air handler is typically connected to a furnace or air conditioner. This system is usually used to cool an entire home or building.
2. Split System Air Conditioner: This type of system consists of two separate units, an outdoor condenser, and an indoor evaporator. The condenser is typically connected to an air duct system, and the evaporator is connected to the indoor living space. This system is usually used to cool a single room or zone.
3. Heat Pump System: This type of system combines a central air conditioner and a furnace. A heat pump uses a refrigerant to transfer heat between the indoor and outdoor units. This system is typically used to cool and heat an entire home or building.
4. Ductless Mini Split System: This type of system consists of one outdoor condenser unit and multiple indoor evaporator units. The indoor evaporator units are mounted on the walls or ceilings of each room and are connected to the outdoor unit with a refrigerant line. This system is usually used to cool and/or heat a single room or multiple rooms.

What Does an HVAC System Include?

An HVAC system includes the following components: furnace, thermostat, evaporator coils, condensing unit, ductwork, and air handler. The furnace generates heat through the combustion of natural gas, propane, or electricity. The thermostat controls the temperature of the system. The evaporator coils absorb heat from the air inside the building, while the condensing unit releases the heat outside. The ductwork distributes air throughout the building, while the air handler is responsible for circulating air through the system.

How are HVAC and Air Conditioning Different?

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It is a system that provides heating, cooling, and ventilation services to a building. Air conditioning, on the other hand, is a subcategory of HVAC and refers specifically to the cooling aspect of the system. Air conditioning systems cool air and remove humidity to create a comfortable and healthy environment.

Why You Can Trust Us:

We are hands-on owners who not only ensure we hire only the most experienced, dependable technicians, we oversee and assist all services and installations. We are licensed and insured, function in a timely manner, and strive for efficiency in everything we do.
At Air Temperature Control, Inc., we have over 100 years of combined experience helping people beat the heat of summer and the deep freeze of winter. We specialize in installing new.
Airfurnacesair purifiershumidifiersUV germicidal lights, and more, as well as the repair of existing units. New installations come with a free estimate and a 10-year parts warranty, and we service all makes and models.
Air Temperature Control, Inc. is committed to business integrity and honesty through dedicated effort. Communication with our customers and a willingness to evolve with the industry are what set us apart from the competition. We believe that satisfied customers fuel our success. With continued dedication to the trade and the customers it serves, we’re sure to continue being the business that area residents know and trust for all of their needs.

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