HEAT PUMP REPAIRS FOR THE HOME
Does Unit Provide Heat?
If your heat pump is not delivering heat, then you can start troubleshooting your thermostat. Ensure that is set on “Heat” as this is a clear indication that your unit should be blowing out hot air. For the best results, make sure that you set the temps at 2-4 degrees above desired setting.
Heat Pump Operation
A heat pump in Houston generally operates as an air conditioner, but has an added feature; it reverses its operation and heats the home as opposed to cooling it. What makes these systems stand out is the ability to have dual functions.
A heat pump can be used year round. An AC unit is only used during one season as heaters generally are used during the fall and winter months. A heat pump also takes advantage of global warming. The prices for them become more profitable as the temps become milder.
There are not many cons about a heat pump, but in order to understand that something will go wrong with them over time should make you more aware. Colder temps can lower the heating capacity of the system to the point that the systems has to be turned off and an alternative heating source be brought in.
Working Heat Pumps
A working heat pump is once appliance that you will depend on either in the summer or winter seasons. It heats, cools and also humidifies the home causing comfortable temperatures. A typical pump is devised into two units:
If you have any questions or concerns about heat pump repairs from Advantage Mechanical Services; please contact Advantage Mechanical Services. We’ll have your heat pump working in no time and your home nice and warm during the winter months here in Texas.