Choosing a VRF system

Until fairly recently, variable refrigerant flow systems were strictly for commercial application, and when my hubby plus I needed to replace the heating plus cooling system in our cabin in Springfield, MO, we looked into all weird options.

We were unhappy with our forced air system plus didn’t want another boiler plus air conditioner combination, and after consulting with a local area HVAC corporation, we decided on a VRF system, then this innovative option provides a great deal of particular benefits.

We liked that it’s a modular setup which allows for easy expansion or replacement of components. The unit is quite compact plus the system was installed without any major renovation project or mess. The indoor air handlers are streamlined, lightweight plus unobtrusive. They offer the advantages of zoned adjustment plus customized settings in each room. There is no need to heat or cool empty rooms or get by with freezing or warm conditions. With the wide variation of weather in Springfield, the precision control of the VRF system is especially helpful. There are times when we require cooling while in the day plus need to switch to cooling overnight. Another major perk of the VRF is the automatic adjustment of refrigerant flow. The system supplies only the exact amount of refrigerant necessary to achieve ideal comfort in each zone. This feature saves on energy consumption, avoids temperature fluctuations plus keeps running costs to a minimum. Another particular perk of VRFs is the capacity for simultaneous heating plus cooling. We can heat one room while cooling another, however plus, the system will utilize heat from the cooling process plus use it for those rooms requiring heating.


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