Republic Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for May, 2022

How to Choose the Right HVAC Company

Monday, May 23rd, 2022
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As a homeowner, you want your home heating and cooling system to be efficient and dependable. Having well-maintained HVAC equipment has many benefits, including improved air quality and lower energy bills.

Maintaining your home’s comfort system may seem an inconvenience to your pocketbook, but regular seasonal tune-ups will keep your heating and air conditioning equipment running at peak performance, extend the life of the system’s equipment, and can prevent costly repairs, or even replacement.

When it comes to home heating and cooling, every homeowner has unique needs. That’s why it’s important to hire a certified HVAC company in Grand Prairie, TX that is affordable, and will collaborate with you in providing specialized servicing specific to your home’s heating and cooling system.

So how do you decide when choosing a HVAC contractor, you can trust to provide high-quality service?

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How a Heat Pump Saves Money

Monday, May 9th, 2022
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The Texas weather can be brutally hot but can also surprise you with cooler nights, so an efficient heating and cooling system is a must. One of the most energy-efficient ways of heating and cooling your home is an air source heat pump (ASHP), also simply called a heat pump.

Unlike heating and cooling systems that generate heat, a heat pump draws heat from the air and moves it from one place to another – into or outside your home. It uses electricity, liquid refrigerant, and copper to pull heat out of your home in the summer while returning cooled air back into your home. And on cooler days, when you need heat, it pulls heat into your home. Moving heat that already exists is more efficient than creating heat, as other types of systems do.  

But can you really save money using a heat pump in Dallas, TX? Definitely. Heat pumps work best in a climate like ours, where the low temperatures rarely go as low as freezing.

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