VRF or Variable Refrigerant Flow systems offer the opportunity for exceptional comfort, energy efficiency, and ease of installation. An outdoor condenser unit links to compact air handlers that are independently controlled and supply both heating and cooling. The system’s ability to regulate the precise amount of refrigerant flowing to each air handler provides incredible benefits.
VRF System Repair & Maintenance
We at Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning would be delighted to explain the ins and outs of VRF technology and design the ideal system for your specific home and preferences. We follow up free estimates with quick scheduling and turnaround, handling every aspect of the project with care, expertise, and uncompromising standards of quality. As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, we know our products and take pride in satisfied clients.
Count on our team for your VRF system installations!
Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning encourages seasonal Performance Tune-ups to ensure peak performance from all makes and models of VRF systems. Consider enrolling in a Maintenance Agreement for convenient reminders, priority scheduling, discounts, and no overtime fees. For skilled repairs, get in touch at (425) 546-0161. We’re here 24/7 for emergency service across Morrison, IL, Camanche, IA, Clinton, IA, Thomson, IL and McCausland, IA. Family operated, Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning excels at simplifying the toughest temperature control challenges.
A few of the many advantages of a VRF system include:
- Comfort – Automatically adapting to meet the demands of each zone, the system maintains perfect comfort and even works to control humidity.
- Compact – No ducts and small air handlers reduce the amount of space required for installation.
- Control – Modern VRF systems feature wifi connectivity, allowing remote adjustment through your smartphone.
- Energy Efficiency – VRF systems supply the precise amount of heating/cooling required for current demands, running less often and at a lower capacity. Plus, this advanced technology captures heat from the cooling process and sends it to those areas that require heating.
- Quiet – Locating the condensing unit outside, minimize sound levels. Compact indoor air handlers are much quieter than traditional split systems.
- Reliability – Because VRF technology is structured to run only when necessary and under partial-load conditions, there’s reduced strain on components, translating into fewer problems.
- Simultaneous Heating and Cooling – You can air condition one area of the home and heat another at the same time.