In Florida, we are all about air conditioning… and it’s no wonder! With mild winters and stifling summers, an air conditioner isn’t just a luxury… it’s a necessity.
But what about a heat pump? Most native Floridians don’t even know the meaning of the word “cold,” so a heat pump is the last thing they would think about getting. However, a heat pump can provide year-round comfort for your Florida home.
Learn why a heat pump is the best thing you can buy for your home.
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump works and looks like your average outdoor AC compressor unit. The only difference is that it produces warm air as well as cool air. That’s right, a heat pump can do both! While it may sound like a contradiction, heat pumps are just as efficient at keeping your home cool as they are at keeping it warm.
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
The heat pump works in the same way that your air conditioner does. It uses refrigerant to transfer and transport the heat and gathers the heat from the environment outside. It can get the heat for either the ground or the air, and it transports it inside the house. In order to cool your home, the heat pump works in reverse. It can pull the hot air out of your home and replace it with cool air.
Why Are Heat Pumps Great for Florida Homes?
Heat pumps are ideal for Florida climates. If you were to live up North, you would want a more heavy duty heater, like a furnace. Heat pumps are made for environments that don’t go below 40 degrees Fahrenheit too often. They are also more environmentally friendly than other heating methods. It is also the perfect option because you can use it all year round. A heat pump is your one stop shop for home comfort!
Contact Climate Design for AC Service
This winter, do what’s right for your home and invest in a heat pump. At Climate Design, we are dedicated to your home’s comfort. That’s why we make buying and installing a heat pump an easy process. Call today and learn how a heat pump can improve your home’s comfort all year round!
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