We know what some of you are going to think when you read the title of this post. “My furnace? It’s still so hot out!”
If you’ve read our blog or explored our site before, you probably know that heat pumps are unique in that they are able to offer homeowners both effective cooling and incredibly efficient heating. This week, we’ll go a little further in depth about how heat pumps are able to manage this feat.
The programmable thermostat is hardly a new technology, but we are still surprised to learn, from time to time, that some people are holding out on adopting them in their homes. You are only holding your own comfort and HVAC satisfaction back in doing so.
Are you starting to wonder if your air conditioner is going to be there for you throughout another long, hot, and humid summer season? Have recent performance issues left you thinking that an air conditioning replacement may be in your best interest?
While modern technology has given us water heating options such as the tankless water heater, most homeowners still choose to use the good old tank water heater in their homes. Even newer systems like heat pump water heaters still use a hot water storage tank in their operation.
The answer to this question is yes, you should be concerned. You don’t really have to go so far as to worry, though.
Summers in North Carolina can be quite hot and sticky, so you really need to know that your home cooling system is going to be there for you in order to keep your home cool and comfortable throughout the worst of it. Investing in a good air conditioning system, having that system installed by a trained professional, and scheduling routine air conditioning maintenance are all steps that will help you to ensure your comfort throughout the summer season.
When summer hits this part of the country, it can hit pretty hard. If you are planning on cooling your home effectively and efficiently this summer, then it is absolutely necessary that you strictly adhere to an annual AC maintenance schedule.