Our HVAC Products LM Wilson offers state of the art HVAC products for your home. We install the very best brands to ensure that your home will be comfortable for years to come.
Transform your hot, humid house into a cool, comfortable home with a new air conditioner. Central air conditioners use refrigerant to cool down the air and force it through a series of ducts and out through the vents into your home. If you have an air conditioner that is more than 8 years old, you should consider replacing it with a new one. New air conditioners grow more energy efficient with each model. You could be saving money on your energy bill each month by replacing your old AC with new.
Keep your home warm and cozy during the cold season with a new furnace. Furnaces use natural gas to generate heat, which warms air from outside and forces the air through ductwork and out through the vents into your home. Natural gas is an affordable way to heat your home. Furnaces use the same ductwork and vents as central air conditioners and are often installed together as part of an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) system.
Heat pumps are one of the most efficient ways to both heat and cool your home. Heat pumps transfer warm or cool air rather than generating it through some type of energy source. If it’s too hot inside, the heat pump will move the warm air to the outside and the cool air inside. If it’s too cold inside, the heat pump will move cool air out and move warm air in. Heat pumps do use electricity to transfer the air, but much less energy is used by a heat pump than by an air conditioner or furnace.
The latest technology for the purpose of energy efficiency in HVAC systems is the programmable thermostat. Programmable thermostats allow you to set different temperatures for different times of the day. If the whole family is gone during the day to school and work, there is no reason to heat or cool your home to the same extent that you would if you were home. The programmable thermostat allows you to set a time, like one hour before the kids get home from school, that the temperature will automatically go up or down so that the house feels comfortable when they walk in the door. You can set a different temperature at night while everyone’s in bed and set it to automatically change temperatures a little while before everyone wakes up. The amount of energy saved can significantly impact your monthly bills.