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Heat Pumps

Your New Heat Pump: Is Your Traverse City Home Ready for It?

Your New Heat Pump: Is Your Traverse City Home Ready for It?When you’re getting a new heat pump, readying your home beforehand will increase your satisfaction. Making your home as energy efficient as possible will increase your comfort and keep your energy bills low. Ensuring that the system is properly sized and installed also contributes to its efficiency, your comfort and its longevity. 

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Sizing a Heat Pump Ensures Your Home’s Square Footage Is Covered

Sizing a Heat Pump Ensures Your Home's Square Footage Is CoveredThe process of sizing a heat pump for a new installation requires more than a glance at the existing HVAC system and finding the square footage of your home. While the size of your home does impact the size of the system you choose, the calculation also involves the energy efficiency of your home and factors about your home that impact your cooling and heating load.

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A Problem With Your Heat Pump? Easy Troubleshooting Tips

A Problem With Your Heat Pump? Easy Troubleshooting TipsIf you live in the Traverse City area, you know how important it is to keep your home’s heat pump system running properly all year long. If you find that your home isn’t heating or cooling properly, there might be a problem with your heat pump.

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When’s The Time To Get That Heat Pump Tuned Up? Right Now

When's The Time To Get That Heat Pump Tuned Up? Right NowMost HVAC experts agree that the best time to tune up your heat pump is anytime, as long as it’s done regularly. But if your home’s system hasn’t been serviced in a while, the fall is a great time to contact a reputable HVAC company for a tuneup.

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Heat Pump Maintenance: Don’t Overlook Its Value In Helping Your System Operate Well

Heat Pump Maintenance: Don't Overlook Its Value In Helping Your System Operate WellCustomers who sign up for an annual service check usually have heat pump maintenance performed in the spring and the fall. If you didn’t have your heat pump inspected earlier in the season, it isn’t too late! The recommended time frame to have your pump tuned up is at least once per year, but scheduling maintenance a few months late is better than waiting until next year. After all, a well-maintained heat pump is 10 to 25 percent more efficient than a neglected one.

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Heat Pumps: An Efficient Heating And Cooling System

Your heat pump is likely the most sophisticated and efficient machinery in your home. To maximize your energy savings, and home comfort, learn how your heat pump works to help you keep it in optimal working order.

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3 Insider Tips To Boost Heat Pump Performance

A heat pump is one of most energy efficient ways to heat and cool your home using a single appliance. In order to lower your electric bill and increase its effectiveness, it’s important to focus on increasing heat pump performance. Ideally, heat pumps need regular preventive maintenance to operate as close to the manufacturer’s specifications as possible. To do your part to maximize your heat pump’s performance, keep these tips in mind.

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A How-To Guide For Your Heat Pump Thermostat

A How-To Guide For Your Heat Pump ThermostatA heat pump thermostat is different from regular heating and A/C thermostats, because a heat pump is a different type of system. On the heating end, besides the heat pump itself, you also have a backup heating system usually powered by electric heating coils or, in many cases, a propane or natural gas furnace. 

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Interested In A Dual-Fuel System? Optimize Fuel Use For Savings

One of the most energy efficient ways to heat and cool your home in Grand Traverse County is to use a dual-fuel system. Until recently, heat pumps worked best in warm winter climates throughout the sunbelt states, but new technological improvements make these systems ideal for heating, even this far north.

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Want Your Heat Pump To Live A Long Life? Routine Professional Maintenance Is The Answer

Want Your Heat Pump To Live A Long Life? Routine Professional Maintenance Is The AnswerMany homeowners make the mistake of forgetting about their heat pump system — until it stops working. Don’t be one of them. Make sure your heat pump continues to work for a long time by scheduling annual heat pump maintenance.

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