Cool Touch Air Conditioning and Heating Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heat pump installation’

Are Heat Pumps Good for Arizona Weather?

Monday, October 25th, 2021
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If you’re considering making a change to your HVAC system this fall, one option to consider is a heat pump. If you know anything about heat pumps, it’s probably that they function as both heating and cooling systems. Rather than having a separate AC and furnace, an HVAC system only needs the single heat pump and air handler to be able to provide year-round comfort to a house.

But you may also have heard about the limits of heat pumps, and that they won’t work efficiently in all environments. This is true—but how are heat pumps for the climate in Arizona?

The answer is: great! Heat pumps are ideal for our annual climate. We’ll talk more below about why this is and the benefits of having a heat pump installation in Glendale, AZ.

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Maybe It’s Time to Consider a Heat Pump?

Monday, August 19th, 2019
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The summer is on its way out and is making way for the winter. While that can generally excite many people, because they can save plenty of money by not running their air conditioners quite as hard as they do inn the summer, it also means they need to turn on their old furnaces on the nights the temperatures drop.

Using a furnace in your home comes with its own set of problems—especially if your furnace is old, outdated, and in need of constant repairs. If you’re looking for a solution to keep your indoor temperatures more comfortable during the winters without the hassles that come with furnaces, you need to get a heat pump.

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Which to Install: Ductless Heat Pump or Furnace?

Monday, November 26th, 2018

question-markAlthough they’re both considered forced-air heaters, ductless heat pumps and furnaces couldn’t be more different. They both have a range of benefits but understanding their differences can make all the difference when it comes time to install a new heater. Keep reading to see how they compare in three different factors.

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