Central heating and cooling is the most common method for conditioning indoor air in U.S. homes today. To provide indoor comfort, central systems efficiently produce warm or cool air in one central area and then distribute it throughout the home.

You can choose between a split central system or a packaged central system. You also can supplement your central system with controls and thermostats, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air cleaners, radiant heating and vent-free heaters. When selecting your central air conditioning system, you also may want to choose your home’s water heater. Learn more about your options and make the right decision for your home.


Postby Service » Tue Jun 28, 2011 1:52 pm

The DuctStat automatically turns an attached In-Line Duct Fan on when the flow of heated air is sensed (in heat mode) or the flow of cold air is sensed (in cool mode). The device automatically turns the duct booster off when the flow of air stops. Installing on the outside of the duct downstream of the duct booster, the DuctStat must be manually switched between heat/cool modes in the winter and in the summer.
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