Indoor Air Quality
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Prudent homeowners are always looking to improve their energy efficiency, and your heating and air conditioning can play a big part of that. Considering how mild our winters are in Gainesville, FL, you might consider the benefits of a heat pump used to condition the air in your home. It uses the principles of air conditioning to warm the air in your home as well as cool it.
The friendly pros at North Central Florida Air Conditioning have all the skills you need for heat pump installation, maintenance, repair, and replacement. We’ll advise you on the best heat pump system for your Gainesville, FL home, then install it with confidence and pride. And if your system ever runs into trouble, we’ll be there in a flash to make it right: improving lives by improving homes! Simply give us a call today to schedule heat pump services in Gainesville, FL and the surrounding area!
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
A heat pump works in a manner similar to an air conditioner, and in fact, its function is indistinguishable from an AC in the summer: circulating refrigerant through a series of valves and coils that first releases hot air outside your home, then cools the air inside the unit itself. The cool air can then be blown into your home through the ducts.
The only difference between a heat pump and a regular air conditioner is that that process can be reversed: cooling the air outside your home and blowing warm air into your home. That gives it the ability to act as an air conditioner and a heater in one, which can come in handy during our mild Gainesville, FL winters.
Dual Fuel Hybrid Systems
Heat pump technology saves you money mainly in the winter. Refrigerant doesn’t get used up when it generates heat the way natural gas does in traditional furnaces, which means a heat pump doesn’t need to use nearly as much power to do the same job. That can save you a great deal of money on monthly bills, as well as lowering the strain on the system as a whole.
There’s one problem: heat pumps become much less effective when the temperature drops below 40 degrees or so. That doesn’t happen very often around here, but it does happen. Dual fuel hybrid systems simply add a second, smaller furnace onto the heat pump to deliver that little extra heat on the very coldest winter night. Dual fuel systems still provide great savings, and make sure you stay warm on even the coldest nights.
Schedule Heat Pump Services in Gainesville, FL
For heat pump systems and dual fuel hybrid systems alike, you need a company that can handle all aspects of your system’s life. That includes heat pump installation to get your system going, heat pump maintenance to keep it running, heat pump repairs for those moments when a little more is needed, and heat pump replacement for the day when its race is run and you need to exchange it for a new one.
For all these things and more, our trained team is ready to go at a moment’s notice. We move fast, but we never skimp on quality, and we know how important it is to get a heat pump up and running to keep your home comfortable!