AirNow has been installing and repairing forced air systems in Montgomery, Prattville, Millbrook, Tallassee and Wetumpka homes since 1991.

What are forced air systems?

Forced air systems are actually some of the more common types of HVAC systems available. In fact, the majority of homes in the United States use a forced air system as their heat source.

How do forced air systems work?
In simplest terms, forced air systems circulate air throughout a home via a series of ducts. The systems are comprised of several components, including a heat exchanger, auxiliary heat kit, burners, an evaporator coil, thermostat, air filter and, of course, a blower. All of these work in tandem to distribute air throughout a home. Depending upon the temperature outside — and the setting of a home’s thermostat — the systems either cool or heat the air in a home.

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Is a forced air system right for me?
We mentioned above that forced air systems are some of the most popular HVAC systems in the country. There’s good reason for this. Forced air systems tend to be highly efficient and cost-effective, leading to reduced energy bills. They are also very good at purifying air, thereby reducing allergens. They work well and are generally easy to repair and maintain.

At AirNow, we’ve been installing and repairing forced air systems in homes in the Montgomery, Alabama area for 20 years. In addition to Montgomery, we service Millbrook, Tallassee, Wetumpka and others. If you live in any of these areas and are thinking about installing a new HVAC system in your home, contact AirNow. Our experts can help you determine if a forced air system is right for your needs. We can also assist you if your current HVAC system is in need of repair.

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