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  1. HVAC: Stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, it refers to the overall system that regulates temperature, humidity, and air quality in a building.
  2. Thermostat: A device that controls the temperature of a space by turning the heating or cooling system on or off.
  3. Furnace: A heating system that burns fuel to produce heat, usually powered by gas or oil.
  4. Heat pump: A device that uses electricity to transfer heat from one place to another. It can be used for both heating and cooling.
  5. Air handler: A unit that circulates and regulates air throughout the HVAC system.
  6. Ductwork: The network of pipes or channels that deliver heated or cooled air throughout a building.
  7. Ventilation: The process of exchanging indoor air with outdoor air to maintain good air quality.
  8. Air filter: A device that removes pollutants and allergens from the air as it circulates through the HVAC system.
  9. SEER: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, a measure of the cooling efficiency of an air conditioning unit.
  10. AFUE: Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, a measure of the heating efficiency of a furnace or boiler.
  11. Humidifier: A device that adds moisture to the air in a building to prevent dryness and improve indoor air quality.
  12. Dehumidifier: A device that removes moisture from the air to prevent excess humidity and improve indoor air quality.
  13. Heat exchanger: A device that transfers heat between two fluids without allowing them to mix, commonly used in furnaces and boilers.
  14. Zoning: The process of dividing a building into separate areas or zones, each with its own temperature control.
  15. BTU: British Thermal Unit, a measure of the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.
  16. Radiant heating: A heating system that uses infrared radiation to warm objects and surfaces in a space.
  17. Geothermal heating and cooling: A system that uses the earth’s natural heat to provide heating and cooling for a building.
  18. Mini-split system: A ductless heating and cooling system that consists of an outdoor compressor unit and one or more indoor air-handling units.
  19. Ductless system: A heating and cooling system that does not use ductwork, instead, it uses individual units in each room to regulate temperature.
  20. IAQ: Indoor Air Quality, a term used to describe the level of air purity and cleanliness within a building.
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