Why HVAC Demand Is Rising So Much Across the Country

HVAC demand is on the rise, both in the United States and around the world. The reasons are varied, but there’s every indication that HVAC demand will continue over the next few decades. Read on to learn why.

Warmer climates.

As world temperatures rises, the need for air conditioning is growing. In the hotter parts of the United States particularly, it would be difficult to conduct business, host entertainment events, or hold any other kind of public gathering without air conditioning. Commercial or government buildings have been designed to be airtight, so they need HVAC systems to condition air in the summer and the winter. It’s the same in residential buildings.

Plus, a lack of air conditioning in a warming climate has already created health crises among the sick and elderly during periods of soaring temperatures, and this problem will continue as the climate heats up. Governments are beginning to recognize the need to ensure the health and safety of the most vulnerable population by extending the benefits of air conditioning.

Greater equipment efficiency.

Innovation in the HVAC industry is being driven by the need for ever-greater efficiency. Efficiency not only helps HVAC users lower energy bills, it also reduces the carbon footprint of the homeowner, the business, or the agency. As HVAC equipment becomes more efficient, HVAC demand is likely to rise in places where it has been less in evidence, such as the northern states and Europe.

Technological enhancements.

Innovations range from automation that turns off or lowers energy use by the system when no one is present to variable refrigerant flow (VRF) for variable temperature zones in the house and many others. These innovations are driving greater HVAC demand.

Tax incentives.

Federal, state, and local governments have in recent years offered tax incentives for businesses and residences that use more-efficient HVAC equipment. This often makes it possible for users to replace older equipment sooner than they would have otherwise. Replacing old, inefficient equipment lowers the carbon footprint as well as the energy bills.

For more on HVAC demand, contact NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating.

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