CityLine Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heat pump installation’

How Can Heat Pumps Both Heat and Cool?

Monday, August 13th, 2018

relaxing-on-couchLet us give you the (very) short answer to the question posed in the title of this blog: very well! Obviously, the longer and more serious answer is going to take some more explaining than that, which is why we’re using today’s post to discuss not just the benefits of but also the way in which heat pumps in Plano, TX work. Their mode of operation is surprisingly simple, but don’t let that fool you. This is some of the finest and most exciting technology to be found in the HVAC industry.

Like any other heating and/or air conditioning system, naturally, your heat pump is going to need to be installed and serviced by trained and experienced professionals. The good news on this front is that reading this means you’ve already found them! Do not hesitate to contact a member of our team with any questions that you may have, and be sure to let us know if and when you are ready to put a heat pump to work for you in your home.

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Have You Considered Using a Heat Pump?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

temperature-just-rightContrary to what a lot of people that have never visited here may think, it does get cold in the winter season. It is easy to say that everything is relative, but the fact remains that our winter weather does still pale in comparison to areas in the northeast or the midwest. Don’t get us wrong. You definitely need a great heating system installed on your property if you want to make it through the winter comfortably. With our relatively mild winters, though, comes a great opportunity.

That opportunity? Using a heat pump in Plano to heat your home. Again, don’t get us wrong. Today’s heat pumps can handle weather that is more consistently and dramatically cold than what we’re typically dealing with around here. And that’s the point. When you use a heat pump in a climate like ours, you reap the full benefits of its unique heating process without worrying about the system being overwhelmed or dropping in efficiency. But why are we talking about a heater right now?

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