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A Heat Pump: What It Is and Why You Need One

Spring is coming to a simmer and quickly turning into a sizzling summer. Are you thinking about switching to a different AC season? Since spring is somewhat of a dress rehearsal for summer in a sense, you need to make sure that your air conditioner is already on the right track. If it isn’t and you can’t seem to get it back in line, then it might be time for you to consider something new like a heat pump.

Heat pumps aren’t exactly new technology. In fact, they’ve been around for quite some time, you’ve probably been in friends or neighbors’ homes that have had a heat pump if you haven’t lived in a home with a heat pump on your own. What makes heat pumps seem so new and innovative is their technology. We’ll get into the below, for now though, just know that you can come to our professionals for your heat pump in Dallas, TX.

What’s a Heat Pump?

We like to start off with the basics and work out way out from there, so let’s start with what a heat pump actually is. A heat pump both an air conditioner and heater in one. Heat pumps are different because they move heat rather than generating it through traditional means of refrigerant use. When it’s cold in the winter, a heat pump will suck in the heat from the air outdoors. In the summer, a heat pump will push the heat outdoors to cool off your space indoors. Heat pumps are able to do both because they have a reversing valve that’s able to reverse the direction that the refrigerant flows within the system. Standard air conditioners and heaters don’t have this component which means they can’t perform this work.

Why You Need One

So now that we’ve detailed all the ins and outs of a heat pump above, let’s get into why you should get one. There are so many various benefits to a heat pump, but the central three that we want to focus on today are the following: energy efficiency, cost savings, and adaptability.

Energy Efficiency

Heat pumps are energy efficient because, as we noted above, they move heat rather than laboriously generating it as a standard heater or air conditioner would. This means that your unit works a lot less just trying to get your home to a comfortable temperature.

Cost Savings

Are you trying to save yourself a little money when it comes to your air conditioner? We’re sure you are because who isn’t in Dallas? Since heat pumps are so energy-efficient they’re also going to save you quite a bit of money on the cooling process.

Adaptability

Since heat pumps can both heat and cool from the same system, it makes them incredibly adaptable and a great purchase for a home. It’s nice to simplify the heating and cooling process and focus everything on one system.

Contact Republic Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today to schedule an appointment with our team members. Revolutionizing the Customer Experience.

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