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VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) in Lansing, MI

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Variant refrigerant flow (VRF) systems are also called variant refrigerant volume systems. These state-of-the-art HVAC systems are the ultimate eco-friendly heating and cooling option. They’ll keep your entire home comfortable at an even lower energy cost than traditional central systems.

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Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF or VRV)

In a nutshell, think of a traditional, central air conditioner or heating system as either being "on" or "off." Variable refrigerant flow systems can adjust and change to the conditions in your home as needed. A central HVAC system turns itself on when the sensors detect that your home isn’t at the set temperature and runs as long as needed to achieve that temperature. With a VRF system, it adjusts accordingly by altering the amount of refrigerant sent to the evaporators.

The Benefits of VRF or VRV

The biggest benefits of VRF systems are how they boost the energy efficiency of the system, save energy, and decrease utility bills. Instead of always running at full-blast all the time, VRF systems modulate for better distribution of conditioned air. Homeowners will enjoy precise control over their home temperatures.

What Is Variable Refrigerant Flow?

Variable refrigerant flow is a different name for the same technology used in variable refrigerant volume systems. Variable refrigerant flow is Daikin’s official trademarked term. Other brands use the term variable refrigerant flow but the technology is essentially the same.

VRF or VRV Services

VRF isn’t suitable for all homes and installing a variable refrigerant flow system is a complex process. It requires updates to climate controls and other parts of your existing system. Our NATE-certified technicians can advise you on whether a VRF system is right for your home in Lansing, MI.

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