I prefer that I can have air conditioning in the residing room while heating the upstairs entryways.
I just recently started looking into different types of heating and cooling systems, then i looked into gas furnaces, boilers, heat pumps and cooling systems however wanted something more compact. I came across Variable Refrigerant Flow or VRF systems, but although I’d never heard of this style of equipment, the technology has definitely been around for decades, then over the last 5 years, it has become increasingly popular in large cities where space is at a premium, but vRF systems use outdoor condenser units with small air handlers that can be independently controlled, however the name refers to the equipment’s ability to control the amount of refrigerant flowing to each of these small air handlers. It’s capable of providing cooling and heating and can even offer both simultaneously in different areas of the house. One of the many benefits of a VRF plan is energy efficiency. It is designed to supply exactly the amount of conditioned air needed for the new demands, allowing it to run less often and at lower capacity. It’s also capable of capturing heat from the cooling process and reusing in other areas that require heating. The set up of a VRF plan puts the condensing unit outside, keeping noise to a minimum. The indoor air handlers are absolutely small and offer much quieter operation than a traditional cooling system or heater. I prefer that I can have air conditioning in the residing room while heating the upstairs entryways. The system’s compressor detects the exact requirements of each zone and delivers the perceived amount of refrigerant needed to maintain ideal comfort. As a result each space is consistently the right temperature, with no moderate or cold spots. It also helps with excess humidity.