It’s no surprise that Texans were early users of air conditioning. At the turn of the previous century, Texans cooled their houses by placing a huge block of ice in a vault and blowing air through the vault and into ducts leading to the areas of the house to be cooled. A few years later, a system of circulating cold water through fan radiators was developed for rooms, auditoriums, and restaurants. By 1940, Texas was a national center for the invention and manufacture of air-cooling devices.
That fine tradition of providing cool, refreshing air during the hot Texas summers continues today with manufacturers of high-quality, reliable air conditioning units that Forney Air is proud to represent.
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Air handlers distribute the conditioned air throughout the home, including the tight hard-to-get-at spaces. They are used with air conditioning units or heat pumps to make sure that the air is circulated to all areas of your home.
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We won’t say that heating was invented in Texas, but we have certainly come a long way from the days of heating an entire house with wood burning fireplaces. Today’s high-efficiency furnaces provide a consistent level of comfort throughout your entire house.
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A heat pump is a device that transfers cooler air to a hotter area using mechanical energy. With a broad temperature range, it is a single unit that can be used to efficiently heat and cool your home.
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Packaged units combine everything you need for heating and cooling in one package. Packaged units are installed outdoors, generally on the roof or to the side of the building, making them ideal for homes that don’t have the room indoors for a furnace or air handler.
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One of the first ice-making machines was built in 1867 in San Antonio in response to the needs of an ever-expanding beef industry. One year later, a refrigerated ship successfully carried chilled and frozen beef to New Orleans. In 1873, the first successful rail shipment of chilled beef traversed the country from Texas to New York.
Today’s efficient and sophisticated commercial refrigeration units provide preservation of foodstuffs in a wide variety of sizes and styles of walk-in fridges and freezers and display cases.
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Automated Control Systems
These control systems allow you to monitor and control the temperature in your home, even when you’re not there. Sophisticated systems even allow you to turn appliances and lights off and on remotely.
We carry a full line of automated control systems and can help you determine which one is right for your needs.
Ductless Systems – A ductless heat pump or air conditioner wall-mounts indoors and combines with an outdoor compressor to give you climate control where ducts do not exist, such as in a garage or a new addition to a house.
No ducts? No problem! We have you covered. Call us to learn more about ductless systems.