One of the primary benefits of using a heat pump is that it acts as both the air conditioning system as well as the heating system. However, in the case of a system malfunction, this dual-functionality becomes a potential liability.
Are you considering replacing your heater? When making your decision, it's important that you consider all of your options to ensure you choose the best system for your heating needs and budget. Living in south Florida, we do get cooler months, just a few months after everyone else. Luckily, this gives you a little bit of time to prepare for the upcoming winter, including researching and installing a new heating system. Heat pumps are an ideal solution for Martin and St. Lucie Counties, but should you install a centralized system or a ductless system?
There are a number of common heating system problems that may occur when we first turn our unit to higher temperatures after months of asking it to pump out cold air. We expect it to hum, take the chill out of the air, and work perfectly. We don’t expect to smell something burning. We don’t expect to see the ambient temperature on the thermostat hover at 50° and have the thermostat stick at 76° at the same time, with no change.