We live in the era of technological advancement. Trends and technologies change quicker than the colors of a chameleon. The HVAC industry is also technologically driven. Therefore, it is necessary to keep abreast of the changes in the industry’s key trends.
We have shortlisted four key aspects which have the potential to disrupt and restructure the ongoings of the HVAC industry.
1. Reducing Carbon Foot-Print/ Eco-Friendly Systems:
The HVAC industry has evolved immensely and now offers eco-friendly variants in the systems. The consciousness about reducing carbon footprint and using alternate and eco friendly options in every aspect of our daily lives has increased. While preserving the environment should be a matter of interest to all of us, many do not mind spending an extra buck or two if it reduces the negative impact on the environment.
It is prudent to invest in a system that effectively cools your space and is less damaging to the environment. In our modest opinion, we feel that eco-friendly HVAC systems will be one of the key trendsetters in the future.
2. Digitizing and Smart Technology:
Digital technology and Artificial Intelligence are making rapid innovations that directly impact our day-to-day lives. It was hard to comprehend making video calls across continents without heavy contraptions and at negligible costs a couple of decades ago. But Facetime and Whatsapp have redefined the boundaries of communication.
In the same way, HVAC systems now offer smart features that allow automatic or self-regulation, temperature and humidity sensors, remote control adjustments, tracking of energy output, and much more.
As the digital age continues to infuse more technology into our daily lives, we are sure to scratch off many ideas we thought were not possible. Who knows what the future of HVAC technology will bring? But what we do know is that you should stay up-to-date with the changing times.
3. Remote Service and Assistance:
Covid-19 changed the way the world operates. Unchangeable practices have now become obsolete. Work from home is now the new norm, and remote assistance marks a well-prepared and dynamic business model.
Onsite service and consultation are now deemed as retro in nature. Many organizations now offer remote assistance and consultation as their primary mode of communication. The majority of consumers also prefer a contactless encounter. The HVAC industry has also limited the physical interaction with clients. Digital and remote online consultations are now extremely popular in the HVAC industry and are set to become a mainstay for a long time to come.
4. Ductless HVAC systems:
Ductless HVAC systems are the latest product offering from the HVAC industry. The bulk and clatter of ducts and the hassle of installation are all negated with the introduction of ductless HVACs.
Ductless HVAC systems are an excellent option where adequate space is unavailable for ducting, or the expense and project of duct installation are immense. Ductless HVAC systems are a modern solution to a modern problem and can become a flagship product of the HVAC industry.
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