Imagine it’s an unusually cold day and you’re trying to keep warm indoors, but are surprised to find your heat pump is blowing only cold air, even though it’s in heating mode. There are actually several possible explanations for this, some of which aren’t anything to worry about. Jon Wayne Company, expert in residential and commercial air conditioning installation, shares some of them here.
Heat pumps are supposed to be unobtrusive; they rarely make noise. What sounds they usually do make are normal parts of their operation and are to be expected. Still, heat pumps sometimes make unusual sounds or even a loud, persistent din. If the racket prevents you from hearing the TV or your friend on the phone, you need to have it checked by a local HVAC company.
Furnaces and heat pumps are two of today’s most-used residential heating systems. In this blog, HVAC installation contractor Jon-Wayne Company examines the key differences between these two systems.
Your thermostat is your interface to your HVAC system, and helps ensure correct temperatures, among other settings. An old and inefficient one may be more than just an inconvenience. In this blog, HVAC installation contractor Jon-Wayne Company discusses the signs that you need to replace your thermostat.
One of the challenges of having a central HVAC system in a multi-story home is getting even room temperatures throughout. In this blog, local HVAC contractors Jon-Wayne Company discusses what causes uneven temperatures, and what can be done to address such causes.