Many homeowners who look to save money while maintaining the comforts of a climate-controlled home overlook the advantages of a heat pump versus expensive alternatives. Air-sourced heat pumps function more efficiently than the common air conditioning systems found in the Southern Texas coastal region and can easily reduce a monthly cooling bill. In fact, homeowners willing to invest in the system can realize great savings.
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Your heating system is essential to the comfort of your home, although when it’s running well, it’s easy to forget about it.
Your home’s heating and cooling system plays an essential role in keeping you safe and comfortable. When it works well, everyone’s happy, but when it malfunctions it can cause sleepless nights and unsafe living conditions. While few homeowners are eager to spend money on a new unit, on occasion you must consider if it’s the right time to upgrade. Whether you are moving into a new home or your current system has finally failed, there are a variety of reasons to consider while making this choice.
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It’s easy to forget about your HVAC when it’s functioning properly. That’s the point! It operates quietly in the background while you reap the rewards, like having a refreshing burst of cool air lather over you once you step foot in the door.
Has one room in your home ever felt colder than another, and you didn’t understand why? Your home needs fresh air to be a comfortable environment, but unlike your car, you can’t roll the windows down and put it in drive. Your HVAC filters the air, so what you’re breathing is clean, but do you know if each room is receiving enough fresh air? The flow of air through your home is dependent on several factors.
Having trouble getting comfortable in your home? Are you constantly adjusting the thermostat to no avail? Your first thought may be to upgrade to a bigger system. Before you invest in a new HVAC unit, though, you should take a moment to consider your home’s specific needs.
Have you been getting a feeling you’re spending way too much on your heating bill this winter, particularly since it doesn’t get all that cold in Corpus Christi? It could be you’ve got air leaks. One of the best ways of improving your HVAC system efficiency is to stop your conditioned air from leaking out, while keeping outside air from migrating in.
Have you ever tried vigorously fanning yourself with your own hands all day, or filling your pockets with ice cubes just to stay cool? Probably not. Chances are, your air conditioner does the job for you and, without giving it a second thought, you reap the rewards.
It’s hurricane season and CCAC wants to ensure homeowners take the correct precautions to protect their HVAC system. We had a very frightening season last year that we are still trying to recover from.
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