Heat pumps make a lot of sense in towns like Los Angeles, CA, where summers are hot but winters are mild. They combine the features of a heater and an air conditioner into one, saving both space and a good deal of money in the bargain. That can benefit local residents in more ways than one.
In order to make them work, however, you need a service that understands the top heat pump brands and how to maintain them. It means someone who can install the right heat pump in your home – the one that meets your specific needs – and be ready with repairs and replacement services when the time comes. We’re ready to handle all those tasks and more here at Verona HVAC, with the best technicians in the business at your disposal.
Heat pumps are essentially no different than air conditioners, and the principles behind them are the same. Refrigerant circulates through a series of coils and valves. Heat is released in the outside part of the system, then heat is pulled from the air inside the system. (The cool air is then blown into your home with a fan.) The refrigerant cycles through that endlessly in order to provide cool air for your Los Angeles home.
It can release warm air in your home in the winter as easily as cool air. And with a professional service like Verona HVAC on your side, you can be assured of getting the best heat pump installation, maintenance, and repair and replacement service in Los Angeles, Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valley.
What Are the Benefits of Heat Pumps?
In the summer, heat pumps make excellent air conditioners, but it’s during the winter that they really earn their keep. By heating the home from the refrigerant – rather than burning gas or eating electricity the way other heaters do – it uses much less energy. That’s not only pragmatic, it does its part for Mother Nature by easing our overloaded power system.
Of course, that means moving swiftly when repairs are needed, and also setting up regular maintenance sessions to looking for problems before they start. At Verona HVAC, we’ve made these the staples of our business philosophy, and it’s served us well ever since we started.
We install a wide selection of high–efficiency heat pumps as well as zone control systems and programmable thermostats to help you save energy. An Air Management consultant will help you choose the heat pump model that meets your energy–saving needs.