Residential HVAC System Fundamentals eBook

Policyholders in warmer parts of the United States may have a heat pump instead of a boiler or furnace. If air is less humid, they may opt to cool a space with an evaporative cooler. Regardless of what type of HVAC system it is, it’s likely that at some point a residential insured’s equipment isn’t going to function properly and will wind up in a claim on your to-do list.

Keep the Residential HVAC System Fundamentals eBook handy to refer to when handling these claims. You’ll have brief overviews and labeled diagrams of the most frequently used residential HVAC systems in one easy-to-read document.

System types include:

  • Split Systems
  • Package Units
  • Mini-Split Systems
  • Geothermal Systems
  • Heat Pumps
  • Boilers
  • Evaporative Coolers

You’ll also have a glossary of the key components and heating and cooling processes for split systems, which are the most widely used by residential policyholders.

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