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Heat Pumps in Orlando, FL by FLORALA
Those new to whole-house HVAC system ownership may be surprised to learn the extent of the industry’s offerings. If you think that all you have to consider when it comes to heating and cooling your home are furnaces, boilers, and central ACs, think again. There has been a lot of innovation over the years, and the result is a plethora of HVAC systems from which homeowners may choose.
One option that we routinely recommend, as it has many great benefits to offer and is ideally suited to our warm climate, is the heat pump. Heat pumps are capable of both heating and cooling residential properties, thanks to their unique designs. To learn more about heat pumps, or to schedule truly exceptional services in Orlando, FL, contact the pros here at FLORALA. We have the tools and training required to ensure that your installation, repair, and maintenance services are truly top notch.
FLORALA offers quality heat pumps and provides heat pump services near Orlando, FL and the surrounding areas.
What Is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is an HVAC system which uses air ducts in order to distribute heated or cooled air throughout a home, though ductless mini splits can also utilize the same technology. During the summer season, the system acts just like a central AC. Refrigerant absorbs heat from the air in your home, and that heat is vented outdoors. During the winter, though, the heat pump uses a reversing valve in order to reverse its refrigerant cycle. In doing so, it is able to absorb ambient heat from the air outdoors, further compress the warm refrigerant in the compressor, and then transfer that heat to air for distribution throughout the household.
Benefits of Heat Pumps
The most obvious benefit of using a heat pump is the fact that you can both heat and cool your home with one convenient system. This means that you can save space in your home and on your property, as you won’t need to accommodate both a heating and cooling system. It should also be noted, though, that a heat pump offers one of the most efficient heating performances possible. Because existing heat from the air outside is used in the process, a heat pump requires only a small amount of electricity in order to heat a home. This will be reflected in your heating costs. Because our winters are rather mild, you also won’t have to worry about your heat pump being overwhelmed by extremely cold temperatures.
We Install and Service Heat Pumps
A heat pump differs from more traditional HVAC systems in more than design; they also differ in the fact that they really never get a break, being used throughout the entire year. Because of this, you really need to know that your system services are completed by skilled, trained professionals. Scheduling your heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance services with us guarantees this to be the case. We will keep your system up and running at peak performance and efficiency levels, and our skilled technicians can also handle any repair services that yours may need from time to time. Contact us today, and know that your heat pump is in very capable hands.