Air Quality


TemperaturePro San Antonio is proud to offer a wide variety of HVAC equipment and products to the residents and business owners of San Antonio, Texas. Contact us today to get more information or for a free consultation to determine which type of system is right for your space and budget.

Central air conditioning is a system where air is cooled in a single location and then carried and delivered around a house or building through a series of fans and ducts. The main cooling unit is typically installed outside the home or building since it is large and loud when in use. Central air is convenient because it allows you to cool your entire home or space easily, which is why it is a great option for larger spaces.

Thermostats allow you to control the temperature inside your space from one convenient, centralized location. Thermostats allow you to choose whether you want the heat or AC on and what temperature you’d like the environment to be. Many thermostats also have a sensor option that will automatically turn on the heat or AC in order to keep the ambient temperature at the level you choose.

Gas furnaces are a traditional and common way to heat a home. Their energy source is natural gas or propane which is then ignited inside the burner. Similarly to central air, a blower forces the warm air through the ducts and into your home.

Heat pumps are nifty because as a single unit, they have the ability to cool and heat a space. They’re built with a reversing valve, which is how they can change the direction and flow of refrigerant, allowing you to easily choose between cooling or heating your home.

Indoor air quality is an assessment of how clean the air is inside your home or space. Even without outdoor factors like pollution, indoor air can still be filled with particles and other contaminants that could be detrimental to your health and wellbeing. We can evaluate your IAQ and offer solutions, like the Air Scrubber, to purify your air.

Ductless mini splits are unique because they don’t rely on ducts to deliver the cool air. Instead, a mini split system uses an individual fan and evaporator for each room of the house. Mini splits are more energy efficient because you can turn the system off in rooms you’re not using, so energy is not being wasted.