Inverter Technology, Energy Management Service & Energy-Use TrackingRockville, MD, Gaithersburg, MD, North Bethesda, MD & Germantown, MD
With United Service Specialists Heating & Air Conditioning’s advanced off-site energy monitoring technology, we can keep track of your energy use and the status of your system between service visits. We make sure your system is consistently performing at its best, and warning codes alert us immediately of any problems. This allows us to stay ahead of breakdowns and other major problems, preventing costly repairs and/or replacement. It also helps keep your energy bills lower, extends the life of your system, and ensures the productivity of your employees.
Rockville, MD - Energy Management
Inverter technology is one that can vary the compressor, the condenser, and the indoor fan speeds, which eliminates the need for constant compressor start-ups and shutdowns that traditional systems require to maintain a specific temperature.
The unique attributes of this type of system is that it can adjust the capacity and cooling output to provide only the amount of cooling that is needed at a given time. For example if you have an 18,000 btu system and all you need is 15,500 it will operate on the lesser btu, making the unit more efficient.
Inverter variable-speed outdoor units are measurably quieter and use less energy than conventional air conditioners. Central air conditioners may encounter energy losses up to 30% as the air travels through the ducts. Unlike conventional air conditioners that cycle on and off, an Inverter compressor ramps up or down to match the capacity and maintain comfort levels. Once the duct-free split system satisfies room temperature, the inverter compressor and smart electronics take over and your system will “coast along” as a car will coast downhill using less gas. It is the ability to control the temperature in any room with custom zoning rather than heating and cooling the entire house that aides in the unit being more energy efficient and thus more cost effective on utilities.