Single Vs. Dual Stage Heat Pump

Single Vs. Dual Stage Heat Pump

There are many factors to consider while deciding whether to go with a single stage or a dual stage heat pump, when purchasing your new unit. The dual stage is going to be more versatile and can potentially save money in the long run. However there are a few situations where a single stage will do and if this is the case, why spend the extra money? Take the following into careful consideration before making the choice. A single stage heat pump uses the same rate of transfer at all times during operation. A dual stage (also called a...

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Maintain Your Heat Pump System Effectively

Maintain Your Heat Pump System Effectively

Effective and regular heat pump maintenance is inevitable to ensure the efficient as well as smooth functioning of your heating system. With proper maintenance, you can also extend the life of your heat pump unit. In order to maintain your heat pump, you don’t have to hire a HVAC contractor or service technician. All you need to do is to clean and inspect the different components of your heating system in order to ensure that it is free from dirt and debris. However, make sure that you have carefully read the heat pump manual, before...

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Install a Heat Pump to Boost Your Buildings Heating Capacity

Install a Heat Pump to Boost Your Buildings Heating Capacity

The usage of a heat pump will be perhaps the most perfect as well as straightforward option to combat the colder months of winter. Significant of its benefits is that it can be used for both heating and cooling purposes and hence can be utilized throughout the year to ensure the indoor comfort of your building. From efficiency and cost effectiveness to maximum comfort and convenience, a number of other benefits could be enjoyed with the installation of a heat pump. Further, since a variety of heat pumps are now at your disposal, you can easily...

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Tips to Audit Your Building’s Heating and Cooling System

Tips to Audit Your Building’s Heating and Cooling System

Heating and cooling devices in the form of heat pumps, furnaces, and air conditioners have now become indispensable to provide you with year-round indoor comfort. But if your heating and cooling devices are not well installed or properly insulated, it will result in the wastage of energy. The more energy you save, the more environmental friendly your heating and cooling system will be. Mentioned below are some tips to audit your heating and cooling devices and save tremendously on energy bills. First, check your heating and cooling system’s...

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Tips to Clean Heat Pump Condensing Unit

Tips to Clean Heat Pump Condensing Unit

Heat pumps have been now regarded as the most efficient as well as the economic choice among the different types of heating and cooling systems now available in the market. However, the efficient functioning of a heat pump largely depends on its components, especially condensing unit that is located outside the building. To ensure the free flow of air through its coils as well as across the compressor’s housing, it is vital to ensure that your heat pump’s condensing unit consisting of refrigerant compressor, refrigerant tubing, condenser...

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Tips to Clean Heat Pump Coils

Tips to Clean Heat Pump Coils

Nowadays, most of the people count on heat pumps for year-round indoor comfort. A heat pump utilizes refrigerant to heat an evaporator coil placed within the unit. When your heat pump is in heating mode, its external unit adopts a reversing valve to reverse the refrigerant flow’s movement, thereby forcing the refrigerant to enter the inside coil first instead of condensing it outside. Eventually, the blower motor will force the air across the heated inside coil into the ducts, which in turn circulate warm air throughout the building....

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