Every home should have comfort year-round without having multiple units with different functions. Homeowners deserve to have a multi-functional air conditioning unit that provides more than one service. Air Source America will make sure your air conditioning services are done correctly the first time around.
Researching the HVAC companies in your area is imperative before you commit. With Air Source America, our technicians, which happen to be available 24/7, are skilled in handling this technology and everything else that comes along with heat pumps.
A heat pump utilizes the refrigerant cycle to pump heat from one location to another. A heat pump is a great tool to have during the summertime. The primary function of a heat pump is to transfer the heat from inside your home to the outdoors, like conventional central air units.
However, this function makes it useful throughout the winter by reversing the valve and absorbing the heat from outside and using it to heat the inside of your home during the winter. It works similarly to a central air conditioning system as far as ductwork, and thermostats are concerned.
The last thing you want or need in the summer is a faulty heat pump. If you’re trying to avoid that problem, as you should, then calling a professional is the best decision to make. You’ll ensure that the proper work is being done promptly and correctly.
Not only do we install and service heat pumps, but we also repair, replace, and maintain them. Keeping a constant eye on your heat pump will help the homeowner recognize signals that it’s not working correctly. The routine heat pump maintenance service we offer is the best way to ensure your system is in pristine condition.
If you notice that your heat pump is failing to provide adequate heating or cooling, that is an issue that you should call Air Source America about immediately. Regularly scheduled inspections will ensure that something as small as a dirty unit won’t hinder the quality of air pumping through the system. Give us a call today if you have any more questions!