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.
The HVAC units inside and outside your home work together to keep your living spaces at an optimal temperature. If your outdoor unit fails, however, you’ll want to replace both HVAC units at the same time, even if the indoor system is still working. This might seem unnecessary–not to mention even more expensive–but doing it like this is actually the best way to go. Jon Wayne Company, your premier HVAC installation… Continue Reading
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.
Heat pumps work a lot like air conditioners. The main difference is that they have a reversing valve, which means they can cool your home in the summer like an air conditioner would. In the winter, they remove what heat there is in the cold outside air and send it indoors.