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Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps

When it comes time to choose a new heating and cooling system, you will probably have more options than you would think. After all, it is not every day that you have to make a purchase like this. Most people in this situation tend to think that their only option is to replace your old system with a newer model of the same thing. But that is not necessarily the case. If you are finding yourself in the market for a new heating and cooling system, a heat pump is definitely an option worth some consideration.

                Seattle Heat Pump Tips

When installing a heat pump in Seattle remember to recalculate the load that you will require. Also when using the heat pump remember to monitor which rooms you need to heat and which rooms you can avoid heating, so you can save money and energy.

What Is a Heat Pump?

Before you can decide if a heat pump is right for you, you need to know what it is and how it works. Heat pumps are actually year round indoor comfort solutions. They bring in warm air in the winter and remove hot air in the summer to keep your home at a consistent and comfortable temperature all year long.

A heat pump is actually able to extract heat from the outdoor air and channel it into your home. This may sound absurd since the air outside is so cold in the winter, but there is actually always some heat in it. And your heat pump knows just how to find it. In the summer, the process is simply reversed, with your heat pump finding and removing the heat from your indoor air and transferring it outside.

Benefits of a Heat Pump

Heat pumps are an excellent home comfort solution for a variety of reasons. They are extremely energy efficient, which helps to keep your monthly energy bills low all year long. They also run very quietly when compared to other types of heating and air conditioning systems. Heat pumps are also better than many other types of heating systems when it comes to regulating humidity. The lack of moisture in the air can be a real problem for many people in the winter, but heat pumps are generally able to maintain a good level of humidity in your indoor air.

The York Quality Difference

Here at Bob’s, we are proud to offer York brand heat pumps to all of our customers. We have chosen York because their products consistently out-perform the competition when it comes to quality, durability and reliability. We only want the best for our customers, and we feel that York shares our commitment. So give us a call today to find out more about the York brand heat pumps we have available.

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