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Advantages of Installing a Heat Pump for Winter

With winter right around the corner, now is a pretty good time to make sure that your home’s heating situation is in order. If you’re one of the many people looking for a new home heating system, you should consider installing a heat pump. Heat pumps offer a unique range of advantages for those who install them. Let’s take a look at some of those advantages now.

How Heat Pumps Work

In order to understand the advantages heat pumps provide, you’re going to need to understand how they work. A heat pump is a split system, similar to an air conditioner. There are two parts, one installed inside and one installed outside. The two parts are connected by refrigerant and power lines, which enable them to work together. When in heating mode, the outside unit evaporates refrigerant to absorb thermal energy and sends it inside. There, the inside unit condenses the refrigerant back into a liquid to release the thermal energy into the home. Heat pumps can also reverse their refrigerant flows in order to provide air conditioning.

The Advantages

With regard to heating, heat pumps are more energy efficient than other systems because they don’t have to burn fuel. This makes them very desirable for homeowners who want to cut down on their operating costs. Since heat pumps can also act as air conditioners, they save money that would otherwise have to be spent on an entirely separate system. These are the two biggest reasons to install a heat pump in your home. With a heat pump system, you’ll never have to worry about dealing with any other climate control system.

If you’d like to know more about heat pumps, Call Saddleback Plumbing. We serve the entire Mission Viejo, CA area. 

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