The most common configuration for a cooling and heating system is a separate air conditioner and heater. Although the two are typically housed in the same location within your Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX home, they are completely different types of devices that operate on separate principles, and require individualized services.
On the contrary, a heat pump system is a single device, which can provide your home with both heating and cooling. Not only that, but heat pumps are often much more energy efficient as heating systems than traditional furnaces. Any heating or cooling system can only work as well as it’s cared for, however, so be sure to contact Miller Climate Control for your heat pump installation, repair, and maintenance services. Simply give us a call to schedule heat pump services in Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX. Our professional technicians are ready to help!
A heat pump doesn’t operate much differently than a standard air conditioning system. An air conditioner uses the movement of refrigerant between two sets of coils—one indoors and one outdoors—to transfer heat from the inside of a home and exhaust it to the outside, lowering the temperature of the air inside.
A heat pump performs this very same task, except that it also works in reverse. A device referred to as a reversing valve switches the direction in which the refrigerant flows. So, instead of removing heat from your Georgetown, Cedar Park, & Round Rock, TX home, the heat pump removes heat from outdoors and exhausts it into the house, making it an effective heating system. With a mere adjustment to your thermostat, you have a year–round heating and cooling system all in one compact package.
The fact that you can use your heat pump system year round for both your cooling and heating needs is a huge advantage in of itself. But, it’s not the only benefit of a heat pump installation. Here are a few more reasons to consider a heat pump system.
Our team does a lot more than simply install and replace heat pumps in Williamson County & Cedar Park, TX. We're also ready to assist with any repair needs that become necessary to keep your heat pump in top shape, and operating for many years so that it will give you the best return on your investment. If you feel that your heat pump isn't working as well as it should, contact us to determine if heat pump repairs are needed.
And don't forget, preventing some of the biggest repair needs that may come along is as simple as scheduling routine heat pump maintenance service. Ask us about our Diamond M Club, our maintenance plan membership that affords you a number of benefits-including a peace of mind that your heat pump will operate as well as it should for as long as it should.
Whether you'd like to schedule heat pump repairs or would like installation of a new system, the pros at Miller Climate Control are ready to help. Call us today to request an estimate for service in Williamson County or Cedar Park, TX.