Atlanta, Georgia; 29, May 2017: HVAC and electrical retailers are reporting strong demand for Smart Connected HVAC systems. These systems, can be controlled remotely via a dedicated app on your smartphone, ensure that you the consumer has full control over their heating systems regardless of location.
The days of your heating automatically turning on, and heating an empty house are soon likely to be consigned to the annals of history. With the cost of heating increasing drastically, (reports estimate average 10 percent increase this winter coming), consumers are embracing the new technology in their droves.
Leading AC Wholesale Company National Air Warehouse, are experiencing huge demand, that shows no sign of slowing down. Initially driven by gadget lovers, the cost benefits alone are proving a huge factor in the popularity of connected systems. The general consumer is becoming used to systems such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Now, and this awareness has removed some of the barriers to entry with the home.
“Connected HVAC systems have been one of the fastest growing sectors in our industry,” said Brandi Andrews, the founder of National Warehouse. “People always have their cell phones with them, and with technology advances, these new systems can be set up to automatically turn on when the home owner is 30 minutes away from home. This ensures that the heating has been on for the minimum time, but that the house is suitably heated upon the owner’s arrival. The Internet of things will bring many things to the table in the future, but smart HVAC systems are already here.
National Air Warehouse is a leading supplier of HVAC equipment. Based in Tampa Florida, they have many years of experience in the industry and regularly publish a blog about the latest developments, which can be found at nationalairwarehouse.com/blog
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