Your heat pump and air conditioning system need refrigerant to generate both hot and cold air. Taking precautions against refrigerant leaks can prevent various problems. In this blog, local heating and air conditioning company McMaster Heating and Air Conditioning, inc discusses signs that your HVAC refrigerant is leaking and what you should do about it.
Heat pumps operate a little differently than regular heating and air conditioning units. Instead of cooling or heating the air and then circulating it in your home, they work by transferring heat from one place to another. The advantage of this is that a heat pump can work as both an air conditioner and a heater, although […]
Consumers often ponder between the decision of installing a heat pump or going with a furnace. Both appliances function differently, and whichever you choose is often dependent on the geographical region you are in. Here are important factors to consider when deciding whether to purchase a heat pump or furnace. How they Work A heat […]
Homeowners often wonder if they should be using a heat pump. Knowing the difference between a heat pump and a furnace can help them make a well informed decision. There are major differences in how the devices operate and one is more suited to colder climates. A heat pump transfers energy, using refrigerant. It can […]