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There are certain parts of the country where the winter weather gets downright brutal. That is not really the case here in Florida, though. Sure, we get some chilly nights throughout the winter season when we’ll want to run our heaters to maintain comfortable temperatures throughout the evening. The amount that we use our heaters is really nothing compared to the demand that we put on our ACs, though. That being said, you do need a heater to be there for you when it is needed. Bayonet Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is the trusted choice for both heating and air conditioning services in the Pasco County, FL area.
This is why the heat pump has become such a popular home heating system among homeowners throughout our area. Heat pumps in Pasco County, FL, are more and more common due to the fact that they are ideal for our particular types of winter weather. You’ll gain a better understanding of why that is upon reading the rest of this page. First, let’s just remind you that professional heat pump services are a must if you want the best that your system has to offer, so schedule yours with Bayonet Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning. Contact us today to schedule heat pump services in Pasco County, FL and the surrounding area.
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Remember when we said that a heat pump is great for our environment? Well, this is due to the fact that things don’t really get that cold around here. For some homeowners in Florida, the idea of spending money on a furnace and maintaining it only to use it a handful of times a year just does not make sense. Still, though, a heater is necessary. So, what is one to do?
Well, a heat pump differs from other heaters in that it does not generate new heat. Instead, the heat pump transfers existing heat into the home from the air outside. Refrigerant is circulated in the outdoor coil of the system, absorbing heat from the air, and is then compressed before being condensed in the indoor coil. That heat allows for the incredibly efficient heating of the house.
If that operation sounds familiar, it is probably due to the fact that it is pretty much how an air conditioner functions, just in reverse. And the heat pump takes advantage of this, allowing you to reverse its operation in order to function as an air conditioner throughout the summer season! That’s year–round comfort, with just one system needed.
We Service and Install Heat Pumps in Pasco County, FL
Because the heat pump is so renowned for its energy efficiency, it really does not make sense to put that efficiency at risk with a lousy installation. Scheduling your Pasco County, FL heat pump installation or replacement with us means that you fortunately won’t have to worry about that. We’ll size your system appropriately for your home, and we will ensure that its ductwork is designed and installed properly as well. You deserve the best that your heat pump has to offer.
Like any other HVAC system, your heat pump is going to require routine maintenance in order to continue functioning effectively and reliably. In fact, because the system is used year–round, heat pump maintenance is doubly important! If and when you start to notice issues with your heat pump, including short cycling, insufficient heating or cooling output, or even that it’s gotten stuck in the heating or cooling mode, contact us immediately. You don’t want to put your system at risk by ignoring heat pump repair needs.