There can be differences in HVAC stages

A different way to think of single stage Heating plus Air Conditioning systems is that they have an “all or nothing” approach to your home.

Have you ever wondered what the difference is with your HVAC stages? The stages are what determines the level of power in your Heating and Air Conditioning component. Your Heating and Air Conditioning component should be operating on a single stage operation! If this is the stage dominating your home, you should be used to clicking, hissing, and buzzing sounds that come along with the air conditioning or furnace turning on. This indicates that the the single stage was initiating a response to the control component temperature. The power consumption is the same every time as a result to the air conditioning or heating component turning on. The multistage systems have a small and gradual approach. Multistage Heating and Air Conditioning units can have power levels that are initiated depending on the needs of the area you’re trying to cool or heat. It might also depend on the difference in the ambient temperature plus the desired temperature of the room. A different way to think of single stage Heating plus Air Conditioning systems is that they have an “all or nothing” approach to your home. The multistage Heating and Air Conditioning units are more likely to save power and money by selecting one power level to operate. Most new homes are being built with single stage heating and A/C since it’s simple to install and is much cheaper to be installed. If you are trying to upgrade your Heating and Air Conditioning component to a multistage, then try calling a Heating and Air Conditioning provider to find out what they can offer you. A Heating and Air Conditioning business professional will come over and check out the component and see if you can have it replaced to a multistage system.

 

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