You can't survive without HVAC in this area

For sure, we’d be in a mess if it wasn’t for heating and air conditioning technology… But specifically, it’s the heat pump that is our saving grace in this region, but it’s 2tmas these days so there’s not a whole lot of demand on the heat pump… And where my associate and I live, my associate and I do not need a whole lot of heating. I suppose for the folks up north that are dealing with single digits or sub zero hot and cold temperatures. I can’t imagine having to live inside our home for five or six months with an oil or gas furnace running all the time. I can’t imagine how I had even paid for all of that heating from the heating and air conditioning unit; however, our heating costs are pretty much negligible around here, and the temperature is normally in the sixties while my associate and I were in the morning and high forties or maybe a bit lower in the evening. All of the heat pump stays pretty quiet, but of course, my associate and I are not talking about heating being the focus when it comes to heating and air conditioning in these parts. Where I live, it’s all about the air conditioning when we’re talking about heating and air conditioning. The heat pump is simply a savior when it comes to managing the heat and humidity that my associate and I face for much of the year. Of course, that heat and humidity is just straight overwhelming for 4 months from June through November. But the heating and air conditioning component is doing more than simply creating cool comfort in our home. The heat pump is really also providing a really important function while it’s cooling off our house. The heat pump is also balancing the humidity in our homes so my associate and I do not end up having to scrub up mold and mildew all the time. I have to say I am actually thankful for that section of the quality heating and air that my associate and I get from the central heat pump.


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