Heat Pumps: Why They May Be The Right Choice For Your Home
Heat pumps are a great choice for many homeowners, and the team of experts here at Chattahoochee Comfort Inc will help you decide if they are the best possible choice for your home. We're proud to be the number one heating contractor for Cornelia and the nearby communities, and you can always rely on our expertise each and every time you choose to work with us. We're always just a single call away at 706-768-0121, so be sure to reach out to learn more about heat pumps and why they may be right for you!
Expert Heat Pump Repair And Replacement For Maximum Comfort All Throughout The Year
Heat pumps may need repairs or replacements much like all heating and cooling equipment, and our service is a fantastic investment for your Cornelia area home. Whether your heat pump has finally lived out its last days or it's in need of a few expert repairs to get it back up and running again, our team is always right here and ready to help. An outdated heat pump won't work at maximum efficiency—or at all, in some cases—and it's always best to stay on top of any necessary repairs as the need for them arises. Just give us a call and we'll get straight down to business on ensuring that your heat pump is back up to speed in no time at all!
Looking for a better way to ensure that all of your heating equipment stays in tip-top shape each and every year? We also provide high-quality heating maintenance as part of our wide selection of services!
How Exactly Do Heat Pumps Work?
When most people think of heating equipment, they most likely think of a unit that produces the heat that keeps your home warm and comfortable when it's cold outside. Heat pumps work a little differently than a furnace or boiler, and it's always a good idea to have a basic understanding of how your equipment works to heat or cool your home. Instead of producing hot or cool air, a heat pump actually transfers it from one space to another.
During the winter, it takes the thermal air from outside and pushes it inward to heat your home. This air is further heated up as it runs through the system to help keep you and your family warm. During the spring and summer, heat pumps take the warm air within your home and push it out, ensuring that your home feels cooler and more comfortable overall.