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Tag: Heat Pump

Advantages and Disadvantages of an Electric Heat Pump

Monday, November, 7th, 2016 at 1:25 pm by larrysons-seequs

A heat pump is one of the most efficiency options for residential heating. They operate like a furnace during the winter, and in the summer, they provide efficient cooling. Both gas and electric heat pumps are available. If you’re thinking about investing in an electric heat pump, here are a few of the pros and cons. Pros and Cons of Electric Heat Pumps Advantages of Electric Heat Pumps Electric heat pumps are extremely efficient. During [Read More...]

Pre-Season Furnace Inspection

Friday, September, 18th, 2015 at 9:38 am by larrysons-seequs

When you’ve used it, your HVAC unit has worked splendidly this year, but, even though it uses the same thermostat, your furnace is a different system and should be treated differently.  The end of September marks the closing of summer and the beginning of winter, which means it’s time to schedule a pre-season maintenance for your heating system, before you start it for the first time.  Regular maintenance and a pre-start inspection with cleaning are [Read More...]

Advantages of a Ductless Mini-Split System

Sunday, May, 24th, 2015 at 10:00 pm by larrysons-seequs

Do you have one or more areas of your home that never get comfortable? It can be frustrating when you run the air conditioner all day and your office or bedroom just never seems to reach the desired temperature. Thankfully, there is an easy solution for conditioning areas of the home that don’t get enough from the central unit. It is called a ductless mini-split unit because it can be installed without have to add [Read More...]

Frederick HVAC Tip: History of Heat Pumps

Monday, April, 23rd, 2012 at 8:00 am by siteadmin

Thermal energy is the natural movement from warm temperatures to colder temperatures creating energy in the change of temperature to the mass. A heat pump typically is a device that moves the air (or other matter) in the opposite direction...