Though temperatures can always be unpredictable here in Texas, it’s never a bad time to start prepping your home for colder weather — and that starts with your heat pump.
How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Your heat pump is an energy-efficient way to cool and heat your home as an alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. By using electricity, heat pumps absorb heat from the air outside and use it to warm your home. Most heat pumps can absorb heat from the air that is as cold as 20 degrees, making it the energy-efficient choice for unpredictable weather.
Benefits of Winter Heat Pump Maintenance
Heat pumps are designed to work in the dog days of summer and the chillier days that winter brings, so you should always remember to have them checked at least once a year. Having a professional technician regularly checking your pump can:
Lower the risks of a system breakdown. The worst thing at the end of a long, tiring day is coming home to discover that your heat is out. Keep comfortable (no matter the season) by letting one of our experienced technicians at Rescue Air check your unit.
Prolong your system’s lifespan. Like many of our other household appliances, your heat pump will face a lot of wear and tear over the years. By regularly maintaining it, you’ll be able to spot and resolve problems and avoid letting them slowly destroy your system.
Enhance your unit’s efficiency. Heating bills are expensive, and they can become even more costly with a unit that is not functioning optimally. Inspecting, cleaning, and repairing your heat pump can lower your energy usage.
Keep your family warm. The most important thing is to ensure that your family is comfortable all season long. Without keeping your pump working properly, you risk not being able to keep your home at a desirable temperature.
At Rescue Air, our technicians are always available to offer fast repair for your heat pump. Give us a call at (972) 201-3253 or contact us online for a quick response.