Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators Blog : Archive for the ‘Heat Pumps’ Category

The Unique Advantages of a Heat Pump

Monday, January 13th, 2020

When exploring options for heating a home, heat pumps are increasingly included as one the more reliable and affordable heating systems on the market. Just ten years ago heat pumps were a niche system that couldn’t hold a candle to more reliable heaters like furnaces and boilers. Now they’re some of the most efficient and effective units available.

We’re going to talk about the unique advantages and disadvantages a heat pump offers. As any Yonkers HVAC company should already know, heat pumps provide a perfect solution to many homes without ductwork or for homeowners who aren’t too keen on intrusive pipework for boilers. We urge homeowners to take a look at what we’ve listed below and consider whether a heat pump is right for them.

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What to Expect When Operating a Heat Pump

Monday, April 8th, 2019

heatpumpMany homeowners rely on furnaces for their home heating. Naturally, they’ve become accustomed to the way these systems heat the room—whether they realize it consciously or not. As a result, furnace owners who switch over to heat pumps may be alarmed by the way they operate. They might even call in for HVAC services in Queens because they’re not sure whether what they’re experiencing is an actual problem or not. In this post, we’ll go over what to expect when operating a heat pump.

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Heater Repair Services Include Heat Pumps

Monday, November 20th, 2017

heat-pump-repairFall is the time that homeowners give their heating system a close look and prepare them for the cold winter to come. Regular fall heating maintenance can spot serious problems in any type of heater so that repairs can be scheduled to take care of it before the weather gets much colder. That should apply to more than common furnaces and boilers, which most homes use in the area. Heat pumps and dual fuel heating systems need the same type of consideration and care for homes that have them.

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