If you are getting ready to invest in a new heating or air conditioning system, whether this is your first foray into the market or you are ready to replace an ailing system, we strongly recommend that you consider all available system options carefully. Remember, there is no reason as to why you should have to continue using the same type of system that you always have previously. Take the heat pump, for instance. Heat pumps have a lot to offer homeowners that other systems simply cannot match. Below you’ll find some information regarding the operation of heat pumps, as well as the benefits that you can expect to enjoy by using a heat pump in Wellington, FL. Just remember to schedule any and all heat pump services with Envirotech Air Quality Services.
How Heat Pumps Work
During the summer season, which we all know is quite intense around here, you can count on your heat pump to cool your home in an effective and reliable manner. It will act just like a traditional, split central air conditioner, actually. Air is pulled into the system, the refrigerant within the system removes heat from the air, that heat is vented outdoors, and the cooled air is then recirculated throughout your home. Sounds pretty simple, right? Well, what sets heat pumps apart is the fact that, thanks to a component called the reversing valve, your heat pump can reverse the flow of its refrigerant. This allows the heat pump to use ambient heat from the air outdoors in order to warm air for distribution throughout your home.
How a Heat Pump Can Benefit You
The most obvious benefit of using a heat pump is the fact that such a system allows you to both heat and cool your home with just one convenient system. You should also know that the heating mode of the heat pump is incredibly efficient, though. No fossil fuels are used, and heat is not really generated. The heat transfer process allowing for the utilization of existing heat outdoors in order to warm your home requires only a small amount of electricity. This is an environmentally friendly method, in addtion to a very efficient one, and our mild winter weather makes the heat pump a great heating option to consider. Call today to learn more.