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Advantages of Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are a great heating and cooling solution for homes located in moderate climates such as Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR. They are unique because they can both heat and cool a home through environmentally friendly means. In this article, we will be discussing the most common type of heat pumps, which are ducted air source heat pumps. There …

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Is It Time to Replace Your AC?

It can be difficult to know when to replace AC, especially when handed an air conditioning repair Vancouver bill. You don’t want to invest money into a new system when your current system will last longer. Luckily there are five basic things to consider before deciding when to replace AC. Age of Equipment If your in home AC is 12 …

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The Most Prevalent Heat Pump Issues in Winter

Heat pumps are outdoor HVAC units that can both heat and cool your home. They are available in both ducted and ductless system configurations. A heat pump installation is an especially great residential heating and cooling option for those who live in moderate climates such as the Pacific Northwest. Plus, local utility companies often offer rebates on a heat pump …

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Heat Pump Weather Protection Tips

When the leaves start to change during the fall season, it is a great time to prepare your heat pump for winter with the cold weather almost here. Here are our top tips in heat pump weather protection: Check Your Filter Your filter is the health of your whole system. Imagine your heating and air conditioning system as the lungs …

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How To Evaluate HVAC Energy Efficiency

Seer Rating The easiest way to determine your energy efficiency on your HVAC equipment is to look at the seer rating. The higher the seer rating the more efficient and cost effective the system will be over the long run, be warned though, a more efficient system will also run more up front, make sure to calculate how long it …

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