If you're looking for an HVAC system that can easily tackle your heating and cooling needs, a heat pump is the way to go. Heat pumps stand apart from other conventional HVAC systems thanks to their dual functionality. A heat pump not only keeps your home cool during the summer, but it can quickly switch gears and provide indoor heat when you need it most. In addition to good SEER and HSPF ratings, you'll also want to find a heat pump that offers the latest features.
12 July 2019
Heat pumps heat. Heat pumps also cool. Bet you did not know that! Now that you know that a dual-function heat pump can do both, you might be interested in swapping your old furnace and air conditioner for a single unit that does it all. Here are some more things to note about these dual-function heat pumps. It Is Not Just Convenient, But Efficient Too Turn on your furnace, and it takes time to heat up the house.
25 June 2019
When you are getting excited about the hot summer months ahead, it's important to remember your air conditioning system. While you may be loving the cool breezes coming in your window right now, the hot, sticky weather isn't far behind. To get the most out of your home air conditioning system, get it serviced before you need to put it to work every day. While it may turn on, a system that hasn't been serviced isn't ready to work hard to keep you cool in the hot weather.
20 May 2019
The temperatures are mild right now, but things will start heating up as soon as summer arrives. When that does happen, you'll want to be ready to keep your home as cool as possible. Don't get left with an unbearably hot home. Here are some simple tips that will help you maintain a cool, comfortable home this summer. Service Your Air Conditioner If you want to stay cool this summer, service your air conditioner before the temperatures start to rise.
7 April 2019
After discovering that your home is not as cool as it should be with the air conditioner running, you may have looked outside and noticed a sheet of ice blocking the air vents. If so, there are a couple of possible reasons why your central AC unit is freezing up, especially if it keeps happening on a regular basis. 1. Thermostat Is Turned Down Too Low at Night One possible reason why your AC unit keeps freezing up is that you are turning the thermostat down too low at night.
24 February 2019
When you get ready to install a new AC in your home, you may be considering ductless AC for more efficient cooling or add air conditioning to newly finished spaces. With ductless AC, there are some improvements and upgrades that can be done during installation to make your system more efficient. Here are some tips to help improve the installation of ductless AC for more efficiency and energy savings: 1. Installing Heat Pump Systems for Efficient Heating and Cooling
14 January 2019