People talk about heat pumps like they’re the best thing that ever happened to air conditioning. Unlike a normal AC, they can be used for cooling and heating. But is it really as good as they say? Is it going to last you through the hot and cold seasons alike?
In this post, we’ll see if heat pumps are truly efficient all year-round.
The world of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) is full of terms that, in all honesty, you don’t need to know. Unless you’re a heating and air conditioning technician, HVAC terminology is something that only the professionals need to know inside and out, as only they have the training and experience to repair and maintain all of the complex components.
There is, however, one HVAC system we think any homeowner should know of, especially if they live in a relatively warm climate like ours. The heat pump is an HVAC system unlike any other because it’s actually a heating and cooling system in one.
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