A lot of people have heard the term “heat pump,” but are not entirely sure what it is or how it works. We are here to set the record straight on heat pumps. Below are some key points you should keep in mind.
Heat pumps cool your home in the summer and heat your home in the winter. That is why heat pumps can take the place of a furnace and an air conditioner. It’s a two for one deal!
Different Types of Heat Pumps
Air source heat pumps are the most common type of heat pump. If your home does not have duct work, you can have a ductless air conditioning heat pump installed.
Heat Pumps Require Maintenance
To keep energy costs down and to extend the lifespan of your heat pump, schedule seasonal maintenance tune-up every year. Our technicians will take great care of your home. They are trained to perform the work you
need and will thoroughly clean up the work area.
Are you interested in having a heat pump installed in your home? If so, turn to the NATE certified technicians at Air Treatment Company. Call (703) 270-0881 today to make an appointment that’s convenient for you.