What is VRV?
VRV is a technology patented by Daikin. It stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow and describes a technology that can regulate the flow of refrigerant based on the demand of the indoor conditions. This technology provides many options for both configuration and comfort. On a traditional system, the heating and cooling is either On or Off, but with VRV, we can send different amounts of refrigerant to different places in the home. This allows us to cool and heat different climate zones inside a space to any desired temperature. All without affecting the adjoining spaces.
In the world of HVAC, technology is constantly changing. Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is not exactly a new technology, but it is new to the US markets. Certainly it is new to the residential HVAC market here in Los Angeles and Orange County. Thomson Air Conditioning has gone to great lengths to harness this bit of tech for our customers. We have become your best choice for a Daikin VRV Installation Contractor. Thomson employees have undergone extensive training to ensure that we can handle any VRV or VRF project. Whether you need a Sky Air (single zone) system that is more straight forward, or you need a full scale, engineered VRV system (multi zone), our team has what you need.
See our video post about VRV projects here.
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