During that process, the humidity level is balanced inside the home as well
Living up north for a bit came with an earned respect for those brave souls up in that region. I simply don’t know how they contend with that sort of cold year in year out and winter after winter. For me, I had a heck of a time just being able to pay for the heating costs up north. Of course, I had the gas furnace absolutely cranking from November into the first bit of April. But I also had a space heater at my desk so I’m not exactly the toughest when it comes to winter. I moved home to the South when my work obligation was complete. I enjoyed my three years up north and it came with a lot of good friends. Yet I’m far happier when it comes to living life down here where all my heating and cooling comes from one piece of HVAC equipment. I’m talking about my heat pump. This is pretty much the most popular choice of residential HVAC in our region. While it does provide plenty of heating power for our mild winters, the main objective is air conditioning. The heat pump was actually designed to move heat energy from one place to another. Hence, the heat pump moniker. The heat pump actually moves heat energy and exhausts it outside as part of the HVAC cooling process. During that process, the humidity level is balanced inside the home as well. When we need some heating, the heat pump simply reverses the process and brings heat energy from the ambient air outside into the house. The heat pumps is a remarkable machine and just the most versatile when it comes to HVAC equipment.