HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and it makes up the three aspects of a home comfort system. In an ideal home environment, the temperature is exactly what you desire, and the air quality is high. The way that you properly ventilate and control the quality of your air depends on the system that you use to heat your home.
-With a furnace, air is heated and the blower circulates the air throughout your home using ducts with vents in the walls and floors. A furnace is the base component allowing for ventilation, filtration, dehumidification, humidification, and ultraviolet purification of the air you breathe.
-A boiler boils water, which moves through pipes that lead to baseboard or radiators. Heat is then radiated into the rooms of your house. A boiler system cannot cool or purify the air in your home, and your HVAC specialist will recommend systems that can do these tasks for you.
High air quality is when there is a low particulate count in he air and the proper amount of moisture. High particulate counts create dust and odors and mold in your home.
Proper ventilation installed by your HVAC company ensures that you are getting the correct air exchange
throughout every room of your home, so they remain at a constant temperature and humidity level.
A properly functioning comfort system (in the heat of summer or the dead of winter) requires yearly maintenance of your heating and air conditioning systems. By doing this, you stay ahead of any problems that may surface and lower your utility bills throughout the year.
Who We Are
KEIL Heating and Air Conditioning is a third-generation family owned and operated business founded in 1908 serving much of New Jersey. For over 100 years KEIL’s business model has been centered around ensuring that you, our valued customer, are completely comfortable in the most important place on earth: your home. Check out The KEIL Difference to learn why we are the right NJ company for you.