4 Heat Pump Myths
Posted by Rifat A. on 1/31/2020 to
The use of heat pumps has increased in the past decade because of the fluctuation of price of natural gas and oil. Also, people are more concerned about the environment, and as heat pumps have less carbon emission, more people are using it. Since heat pumps meet all the cost-effectiveness, quality, and performance tick marks. However, like any other HVAC equipment available on the market, there’re some common myths about heat pumps. As heat pumps are being used more and more, you need to know what myths are floating around about heat pumps. In this article, I’ll talk about the 4 most common heat pump myths –
4 Heat Pump Myths [Infographic]
The use of heat pumps is increasing every day and with the wide spread usability of these heating units, myths started to float around. Here are 4 most common heat pump myths that I’ll be debunking today –
The Benefits of Owning a Communicating HVAC System
HVAC companies always try their best to improve upon previous technologies and find new ways to improve air conditioning units to better suit the needs of the customer. In order to push efficiency and comfort even further, HVAC systems are being designed to be smarter. These systems are communicating systems that many HVAC manufacturers offer for their two-stage or variable-capacity systems. Let’s take a look at what the core features of a communicating HVAC system are, and what makes them better than their non-communicating versions.
6 Benefits of Communicating HVAC System [Infographic]
To put an end to all your questions, today I decided to address why should you get a communicating HVAC system over a non-communicating heating and air conditioning setup. Here are 6 benefits of communicating HVAC systems –
Why Your Heating Bills is Too High and How to Lower It
In winter, you'll have to use the heating system for indoor comfort and since you’ll be using it too frequently, you may end up with a massive electric bill. So, you’ll decide to lower the use of the heating system in your house or office. Now the only thing you can do is try and keep the bills as low as possible. But what if heating bills aren't going down; there can be many reasons behind such drastic increase. In this article, I'll talk about those factors which can increase the heating bills of your house in winter and tell you how you can lower it.