Heat Pump Services in Reading, PA
A heat pump works to ensure that the cooling and heating in your home is always at a pleasant temperature. This device removes cool air while allowing warm air in when the temperatures outside drop. The Plumbing Works will help you install or repair your heat pump and make sure it’s working efficiently when you most need it. We serve residential and commercial customers throughout Reading and surrounding areas in Berks County.
What are the Benefits of a Heat Pump?
The heat pump makes it possible for the atmosphere in your home or office to automatically cool and heat. Not only will your rooms be dehumidified, but the heat pump will constantly filter your air so it is free from any impurities. Heat pumps are especially effective in filtering out dust, which triggers allergies. The air will also be circulated to get rid of any stuffy air.
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How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Sometimes referred to as a split system, the heat pump is comprised of an outdoor and indoor piece. Some also have a remote control feature.
A heat pump works like a reverse refrigerator. Your refrigerator hands over heat from the food cubicle to a coil in the back area. This is reversed with your heat pump, because the heat moves in the opposite direction.
During the winter months, a heat pump will exchange heat from the air outside into your building, and in the summer months it will exchange heat from inside to the air outside.
The heat pump size you install will depend on the amount of heating and cooling you need. The amount of heat you need will depend on how much heat is lost through roofs, windows, or walls. It’s recommended that you insulate your roof and walls prior to any heat pump installation; this will help reduce the amount of heat lost. You may also want to consider having double-glazed windows installed to further reduce your chances of heat loss.
By insulating your home or office first, the size of the heat pump you install should be smaller and thus less costly to set up and operate.
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