For whole house heating and cooling, it’s important to be efficient while also keeping the different zones of your house maintaining optimal air quality. A single Daikin central heating and air system is capable of handling up to 3,000 square feet and also able to customize the comfort level of up to 10 rooms independently. While our systems do control temperature, they can also contribute to refreshing and refining the air throughout your home. In other words, a system from Daikin does so much more than you ever imagined from an HVAC.
Units made for entire houses are made for homes up to 3,000 square feet per system, well suited for a midsize to large home. With control for up to 10 rooms at a time, all our systems are energy efficient and designed to bring you more control over your indoor air than ever before. With so much to know, we will help you explore what system is best for you.
Heat pumps take the air from inside your home, filter it and then pass that air through a coil in order to cool/dehumidify or heat it accordingly. Meanwhile, the refrigerant inside of the coil, having absorbed heat or lost heat to the air, ultimately arrives at the coil on the outside in order for the absorbed heat to be dissipated or in order for the lost heat to be replenished.
Air Handlers and Coils
When an air handler is being used with an air conditioner, outdoor units are connected to a cased coil using refrigerant piping. These cased coils sit securely on top of your furnace, which is generally found in your attic. When integrating with a heat pump, your outdoor unit uses a similar refrigerant piping that leads to an air handler with both a coil and blower assembly.
Daikin residential packaged products come in one contained unit to offer efficient, dependable, worry-free air conditioning for your entire home. With dual heating and cooling functions in one unit, these products can give you ease and efficiency, allowing you to control the comfort of your indoor environment.
Gas furnaces use natural gas to heat air as it moves through a series of ducts, which then is sent to your house via grilles and registers. By far the most popular way of heating a home, Daikin furnaces are efficient, reliable, and will bring your home warmth in the colder months for many years.