A:Absolutely. Some homeowners have even reduced their heating and cooling bills by as much as 50% by using heat pumps or other options. Call me and we can discuss what the options are for you particular home and what is right for you.
A:Check your filter every month by comparing it to a new one. If it looks dirty, it is. Replace it. You can’t replace the filters too often but it really depends on how much you use your system, your local climate and other factors so the visual inspection is still the best way to tell if it’s time to change it. Clean filters make for a more efficient system than dirty, clogged ones so you’re actually keeping your heating and cooling bill lower by changing them regularly. Another thing to consider is that clean filters mean cleaner indoor air that you and your family are breathing.
A:Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning.
A:A heat pump is exactly what it sounds like, a device that pumps heat through your home to keep you and your family comfortably warm no matter what the temperature is outside. Although the heat pump is excitingly cost effective, it’s worth noting that this technology is not new. In fact, heat pumps have been around for a very long time and are a proven technology with a distinguished service history of reliability and performance.
A:A heat pump is so much cheaper than some other methods of household heating because it uses refrigeration technology instead of fuel combustion to heat the air. Instead of trying to fight the cold outside, a heat pump actually uses it by extracting the chill from the frigid air and using it to create heat. That results in greater conversion efficiency which means less energy used to create the desired temperature and less energy means lower energy bills for you. Again this is not new technology but it is established and tens of thousands of homeowners just like you have benefited from it for many years.
A:Yes it absolutely can.
A:Yes. One of the greatest benefits to owning a heat pump is that they can also act as your air-conditioning unit as well as a heater. It’s a complete temperature control system to ensure your maximum comfort.
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