Heat pump provides more than just HVAC cooling

It feels every inch of summer as we ease our way into another July.

But in a couple of weeks, we’ll at least be to the halfway point when it comes to the end of heat season.

And that won’t hurt my feeling in the least. While I love living here, the summer is a real test. Thankfully, I can rely on great HVAC equipment to keep me nice cool all summer. The heat pump that I have is the latest in residential HVAC. It’s only a few years old and is head and shoulders above the old HVAC unit it replaced. The SEER rating, which is the level of efficiency, is as high as I could get. While I depend on a lot of HVAC cooling in the summer, I want to keep costs down. And I like the thought of not wasting or abusing resources as well. Without great HVAC cooling, I’m not really sure that I’d be able to live here in the summer. One thing that a lot of people don’t realize is that the heat pump is providing more than just the air conditioning that cools the house. While that’s a big deal and the most recognizable benefit of HVAC cooling, there is more to the story. The HVAC cooling process is also responsible for balancing the humidity levels inside the house as well. This is such a key aspect of what the heat pump does. Balancing the humidity means that we don’t have to worry so much about the presence of mold & mildew. And that’s a vital component to staying healthy in our homes.
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