Heat Pump Systems
Efficiently Flush Heat From Your Home
Heat Pump Facts
Don’t be mistaken, heat pumps heat and cool your home, making them a more energy efficient system in many aspects.
In warm weather, heat pumps work as a traditional air conditioner, pulling heat from inside the home and transferring it outside. In colder weather, the process reverses as the pump accumulates heat from the outdoor air and delivers the warm air into your home.
Simply put, heat pumps use low amounts of energy to move heat from one location to another. Since they simply transfer heat, rather than burn fuel to create it, they are extremely efficient.
Heat Pump Maintenance
In addition to their efficiency, heat pumps are particularly convenient because you don’t need to install separate systems to heat and cool your home.
Heat pump maintenance is an important part of managing efficiency and health standards for your system. If you use your heat pump throughout the year, consider replacing the filter once a month. Keep fans and coils clean and free from debris, and have your heat pump inspected by a Mathison Technician annually.