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The Lifespan of Heat Pumps

Many homeowners in Phoenix have a heat pump for their swimming pool. This type of unit keeps the water at a comfortable temperature for swimming. However, heating pumps are ideal for keeping the air temperature stable in your home as well. A heat pump is efficient to run and can operate at a quarter of [...]

By |January 15th, 2014|Consumer Information, Heat Pumps|0 Comments

Small drips can create big problems

Is your Air Conditioning leaking water again?  The drips are an indicator of a clogged drain line, and could mean a serious underlying issue.  A call to an HVAC professional as soon as you discover an air conditioner leaking is a very smart move.  This ensures the system continues to work correctly while avoiding water [...]

Ductless Mini-Split Heat-Pump Systems

If you’ve never heard of ductless mini-split heat-pump systems, you’re not alone. New to the U.S. market, these systems provide a way to heat and cool spaces without ductwork. The systems have outdoor compressors, like other heat pumps. But instead of a central air handler inside that sends conditioned air through your home’s ductwork, the [...]

By |March 1st, 2012|Air Quality, Heat Pumps|0 Comments

Troubleshooting Your Heating System

At one time or another troubleshooting your heating systems is a necessity. If you are having a problem with your heating system, try the simple troubleshooting solutions below: The thermostat should be set to the “heat” mode. You would be surprised at the number of service calls that have been generated due to the fact [...]

By |January 23rd, 2012|Consumer Information, Heat Pumps, Saving Energy|0 Comments

Cooling and Heating Load: Important Before You Upgrade

If you’re thinking about an HVAC upgrade, it’s wise to examine your home’s cooling and heating load. When you do, you’ll get the maximum value from your new comfort system. What is Cooling or Heating Load? The cooling load of your home is a term HVAC experts use to assess the level of heat that [...]

By |January 10th, 2012|Consumer Information, Heat Pumps|0 Comments

Heat Pump Upgrade: Pros and Cons

Have you ever considered upgrading your comfort system by adding a heat pump? Heat pumps, especially a high-efficiency heat pump, are a smart choice for maintaining comfort in the Southwest climate. Heat pumps are extremely economical for our long summer season and yet very effective at producing the heat needed in winter months. High-efficiency heat [...]

By |November 28th, 2011|Heat Pumps|0 Comments
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