The emerging trends in the HVAC industry revolve around a common objective: improving efficiency, promoting sustainability, and alleviating environmental impact. From advanced energy management systems to innovative green solutions, the industry is striving to create a greener and more efficient future for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
The smart thermostat market, valued at $1.2 billion in 2022, is set to skyrocket to $3.8 billion by 2029. As smart technology continues to gain momentum, more and more consumers will gravitate towards centralized control systems that incorporate interactive display screens. These advanced systems will not only notify users about potential issues but also provide energy usage predictions. With web-based controls and online service monitoring, centralized control systems will enhance efficiency and lower expenses.
The pandemic forced the importance of air quality into the public spotlight. Air purification systems became a priority and have continued to grow in popularity. In 2022, the indoor air quality market in the United States had a value of $9.8 billion, and it is anticipated to reach $11.9 billion by 2027. Air purification systems employ various methods such as HEPA filters, UV-C light, activated carbon filters, or ionization to enhance air quality. These systems can be integrated into your current HVAC system or can stand alone to effectively reduce allergens, eliminate odors, safeguard against airborne pathogens, and optimize the performance of your HVAC system.
Sustainable & Green Systems
HVAC systems that utilize water evaporation or ice are being designed to provide eco-friendly and more cost-efficient methods of cooling your home. Systems that utilize sustainable energies from nature are becoming more accessible to homeowners and businesses. Solar power systems harness the energy from the sun to warm a fluid that then warms the air to hear your house. Though not as common, geothermal energy taps into the consistent temperature of the ground to heat and cool your home.
As HVAC trends continue to evolve, the focus on efficiency, sustainability, and environmental responsibility remains paramount. Quigley continues to stay up on the most current trends so that we can help you reduce your carbon footprint. By adopting these emerging technologies and practices, we can pave the way for a more eco-conscious and energy-efficient future in the realm of HVAC systems. If you are ready to incorporate new technology into your existing home or build your new home around an eco-friendly HVAC system, call Quigley. We will take the time to help you find the best solutions within your budget.