Where Do Heat Pumps Work Best?

Heat pumps warm spaces by transferring heat from one spot to another, rather than by generating heat. For this reason, they are an excellent, energy-efficient choice as a heater or air conditioner—if your climate allows it. Heat pumps are not huge heat producers, so...

Why Is My Heat Pump Freezing Up?

One of the things that happens to heat pumps regularly is the buildup of ice on the outdoor coils. This can occur any time throughout the year—and if you see it happening, you might damage your system and cause additional damage that could end up forcing you to...

Heat Pump Troubleshooting Checklist

A heat pump is one of the most energy efficient HVAC systems available. It gives you a way to heat and cool your home without having to worry about two separate units (and two expensive repair bills).   What Does A Heat Pump Do? Heat pumps either take heat from...

Heat Pump Resources and Information

A heat pump can actually be the best of both worlds. Instead of relying on one system that heats and another system that cools your home, a heat pump will give you the ability to heat and cool your house with a single unit. Although we offer some of the different...

How Is a Heat Pump Also an Air Conditioner?

Choosing a heating and cooling system that fits your needs can sometimes seem like a daunting task. If you’re looking for a versatile system that has excellent energy efficiency and provides you with both hot and cool air depending on the season, then a heat pump...

What Is a Heat Pump?

When it comes to selecting to right HVAC system for your cooling and heating needs, there are a number of options available. Perhaps none, however, are and versatile than the heat pump. Despite the misleading name, heat pumps are systems that both heat and cool air. A...