How a Heat Pump Works
Have you ever considered rethinking the way you heat and cool your home? Most of us just want to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Like Diane Keaton famously proclaimed when her well went dry in the 80’s classic, Baby Boom, “I just want to turn on the faucet and have running water. I don’t want to know where it’s coming from.” Raise your hand if you can relate.
It may be beneficial to rethink your options…
Many people are taking advantage of the New York State clean heat program and opting for heat pumps to streamline their heating and cooling. This eliminates the need for two separate units and carries with it a whole host of other benefits.
What is a heat pump?
In technical terms, it’s a reversible, mechanical-compression cycle refrigeration system installed outside the home to extract and redistribute air.
Ok, in everyday terms, a heat pump acts as both a heater and an air conditioner.