Have you considered implementing new trends into your HVAC business?
It's a given that technology will soon touch every industry. Commercial HVAC business owners, or future owners, need to keep up with industry trends for 2024. We've seen a lot of changes in the industry, including the use of contactless technology. The move has affected the way HVAC is used. It's also important to remember that the industry has grown significantly in the last few years. The 2023 HVAC market will grow from $18.62 billion to an estimated 25.62 billion by 2028. As business opportunities grow, current owners can't afford to become complacent regarding industry trends. You must grow with the market and embrace the future of HVAC systems.
Here are a few trends to watch in 2024.
Commercial HVAC 3D Printers
The HVAC services industry has been hit hard with supply and demand issues. Demand has increased costs and wait times for supplies and services for HVAC systems and heat pumps.
Manufacturers are looking for other ways to make and repair HVAC systems. That's where 3D printing enters the industry. 3D printing has become a great solution for making high-demand HVAC parts.
The thermal and chemical properties of perfluoroalkoxy alkanes (PFA) make them ideal for the production of HVAC components.
Commercial businesses want ways to simplify their operations while reducing their carbon footprint. Demand for different types of Smart HVAC has increased. This has led to increased wait times for emergency replacement parts.
The HVAC industry is experiencing new installations, upgrades, and maintenance changes. Smart thermostats are increasingly popular due to the Internet of Things (IoT).
There are some smart thermostats sold as DIY kits to attract homeowners.
However, this is not the best choice, particularly for older commercial buildings that need a wiring upgrade or HVAC systems that need to be replaced.
As an HVAC business owner, you should focus on customers needing upgrades for their HVAC system. Smart thermostats can collect data that can turn into actionable insights. They provide early triggers that send notifications for service calls.
AI-powered HVAC systems can keep up with our ever-changing environment. They process data from sensors in real-time and automatically adjust the system. AI also analyzes people's behavior and makes more accurate predictions about demand.
Distributed AI in the control devices creates the perfect set points. Hardware parts stick to those set points. The technology makes for a more dynamic response to changes inside and outside a building.
Finally, the HVAC system uses a non-linear approach to control. It can handle complex sensor data, making the system's operation closer to human management.
Are You Warming Up to the New Industry Trends?
If you aren't ready for change, the world will change without you. This adage holds true when it comes to commercial HVAC industry trends.
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