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Heat pumps are some of the most efficient HVAC systems on the market today. They provide heating and cooling in a single, compact package. Read on to learn why homeowners in Montclair, California, should consider a heat pump installation.

How a Heat Pump Works

Put simply, a heat pump is an air conditioner that can run in either direction. During the cooling season, a heat pump works like any other air conditioner. The refrigerant absorbs heat inside the home and releases it outside. In the winter, the cycle runs backward. The refrigerant absorbs heat from the outdoor air and brings it inside.

Because they depend on the temperature of the outdoor air, heat pumps are highly efficient in areas with relatively mild climates. That includes Southern California. Because of their small size, they’re ideal for condominiums and smaller homes where every square inch of space matters.

Invest in a Quality Heat Pump Installation

You’ll depend on your new heat pump all year long. That’s why it’s important to start it out on the right foot. Our team will carefully assess your home’s heating and cooling needs, and we’ll work with you to find the right heat pump to carry that load. With extensive experience installing heat pumps, we know the manufacturer’s specifications and make sure every system we install meets or exceeds those high standards.

Since they run year-round, heat pumps seemingly require more maintenance than other HVAC systems. But you invest in a seasonal preventive maintenance plan to keep your new heat pump running at peak efficiency, you won’t have to worry about it. Between high-end installation and professional maintenance, you will be all set to enjoy high-quality heating and cooling with lower utility costs throughout the year.

If you’re interested in learning more about how a heat pump works, contact Specialize Heating and Air today at (877) 839-6983. Our team of experts can help you pick the right heat pump and install it properly.

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