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Tag: Heat Pumps

How a Heat Pump Both Cools and Heats a Home

Friday, April, 11th, 2014 at 4:30 pm by siteadmin

The name “heat pump” is technically accurate, but often a little misleading. Heat pumps actually both heat and cool the home, and indeed they do so using the same basic technology as a traditional air conditioning system. Heat pumps are a convenient way...

Hedgesville Heat Pump Guide: What to Do About Ice and Snow

Wednesday, January, 25th, 2012 at 8:00 am by siteadmin

It’s very common for heat pumps in Hedgesville to ice over in the winter time. It can be due to freezing temperatures and icing outside or it could be due to constant running of the heat pump or excess moisture on the coils.

Refrigerant is often called the “lifeblood” of mechanical heating and cooling devices like the heat pump and air conditioner in your Mercersburg home. The main function of refrigerant is to transfer heat through a closed loop system.

A Question from Marlowe: Why Do Heat Pumps Need Refrigerant?

Friday, December, 16th, 2011 at 8:00 am by siteadmin

Despite its name, a heat pump is not designed solely for heating for Marlowe home. In fact, the technology in your heat pump was originally designed for air conditioning and is used today in air conditioners...