El Paso Heat Pump Repair and Maintenance
Heat pumps are among the most well-rounded products in the HVAC industry. Despite the implications that come with the name, the heat pump can provide in-home comfort year round to its owner, not just during the cold months. That’s why TemperaturePro® is proud to offer this great system and all of its benefits to the people of El Paso and the surrounding areas. TemperaturePro® is familiar with heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance and will make the process of purchasing a heat pump a breeze.
How a Heat Pump Functions
Heat pumps are named appropriately because they do just that – pump heat. This is the key to how the heat pump works. When cooling the home, a heat pump uses indoor evaporator coils to collect heat from the home; refrigerants absorb the heat and become a gas. Once the gas forms, the system pumps it to the outdoor coil where a compressor turns the gas into a liquid. That second change takes the heat from within the home and pumps it out, cooling the temperature inside of the home. The liquid that was formed is cycled back into the home, and the process starts over.
The highlight of this unique system’s functionality is that the heat pump works in both directions, meaning it can pump heat in and out of the home. This means that a heat pump can work all year long by controlling the amount of heat within the house. Heat pumps are great systems for all weather conditions, and they are a viable option for the people of El Paso.
Heat Pump Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
Like any HVAC system installation, everything begins with a full-load calculation to measure the home and homeowner’s needs. This will indicate the best unit for the job that can handle the home’s capacity and make sure the customer gets the most out of it. When this process is done correctly, a customer minimizes the risk of future repair issues. Because the installation process is so crucial to a unit’s future success, TemperaturePro® promises to make sure that the right unit is matched with the right customer.
Because a heat pump is used throughout the year, it will build up more wear and tear compared to a unit that is used on a seasonal basis. Because the installation process is so crucial to a unit’s future success, TemperaturePro® promises to make sure that the right unit is matched with the right customer.