A heat pump has both heating and cooling capabilities, all rolled into one single piece of equipment. During the warmer months, it draws heat f rom the indoors and expels it outdoors to keep you cool. The reverse happens during the colder months — it draws heat from the outdoors and pushes it indoors.
Homeowners who are tired of frequent furnace repairs to their aging systems might find switching to a heat pump to be a much better alternative. Heat pumps occupy a middle-ground option between furnaces and air conditioners in that they can be used for either heating or cooling, depending on the season, albeit at a lower capacity than […]
Heating systems are fairly easy to operate, therefore it’s hard to miss when one starts developing problems such as a failure to shut down. In this blog, Air Quality discusses the things you should do if your heating system won’t turn off.