A Guide to Finding an Efficient Replacement for Your Home Comfort System

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Replacing an older heating and/or air conditioning system means that you can save money on monthly energy bills, but only if you find an efficient replacement for your worn-down unit. We’ve got your guide to saving money on a new installation below!

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What Is a Heat Pump and Is It Good for My Climate?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

While the term “heat pump” may sound like the name of a heater, it’s actually a way to describe most central air conditioning systems. Air conditioners actually transfer heat from the inside air to the outside air, using a chemical blend called refrigerant to absorb and release the heat. When you stand near the outside unit of your split-system air conditioner, the heat you feel is actually the heat that is “pumped” from the inside air.

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How a Heat Pump Heats and Cools a Home

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

The development of the heat pump was an exciting time in the HVAC industry because this equipment allows homeowners to heat and cool their homes with a single system. The technology isn’t exactly new, as a heat pump uses refrigeration for both processes, which has been used to cool homes for a very long time. The key difference is the addition of a couple of components that essentially allow the heat pump to run in reverse, and to do so without exorbitant costs.

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How Does a Heat Pump Work?

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Usually, your air conditioning system is completely separate from your heater. While they may fit one on top of another and use the same blower fan in some cases, the two system are purchased separately and operate independently from one another. But a heat pump is different; it’s both your heater and your air conditioner. So how exactly does this work?

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