A technnican inspects, tests, cleans and adjusts the heat pump, replacing any problematic parts and ensuring peak efficiency and reliability
Living in Palm Beach, Florida, the air conditioner runs just about year round. There is rarely a time when it’s possible to simply open the windows and enjoy the fresh air. Temperatures in the mid to upper nineties are joined by excessive humidity, making for hot and sticky conditions. A powerful, durable and energy efficient cooling system is a priority. While the winters in Palm Beach are short and mild, I wouldn’t want to go entirely without access to heating. The lows drop into the fifties and occasionally into the forties. My home is equipped with an electric heat pump, which works effectively to handle the local weather. For the majority of the year, the heat pump operates just like a traditional air conditioner. It uses refrigerant to absorb heat from inside the home and transfer it outdoor. However, the heat pump is especially helpful at combatting excess humidity. When the weather cools down, I switch the system to heating mode and it reverses the flow of refrigerant. It draws from ambient heat found in the outdoor air, compresses that heat to a higher temperature and supplies it into the home. Because there is no combustion to create greenhouse gasses, carbon monoxide or fumes, the heat pump is especially safe, clean and environmentally responsible. I like having a single unit take care of both heating and cooling. The heat pump is compact, unobtrusive and quiet. I’ve enrolled in a maintenance plan with a local Palm Beach HVAC contractor that includes two service calls per year. A technnican inspects, tests, cleans and adjusts the heat pump, replacing any problematic parts and ensuring peak efficiency and reliability. These tune-ups fulfill the manufacturer’s warranty requirements. If there is the need for a repair, the cost should be covered by the warranty.
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