There is only one thing I would trade about where I live.
And that’s just something that sort of comes with the territory around here.
The heat and humidity are intense during the summer. And from mid March until maybe November, the air conditioning is on to some degree or another. Really for me, I’d only trade out of those four months in the summer. But luckily for me, I have great air conditioning and the HVAC equipment that is best suited for where I live. If it weren’t for the heat pump, I would definitely be a lot worse off during the heat of summer. And this particular piece of HVAC equipment does the job of heating and cooling our home in superior fashion. The heat pump uses its process of extracting heat from inside the home and exhausting it outside to begin the cooling process. Then, the heat pump provides cooler air to fill the void of that heated air that has been removed. During this process, the heat pump is also performing a very important process as well. It’s not just heat energy being exhausted from inside the house. A whole bunch of moisture goes with that heat energy to be exhausted outside. And this provides our home with much needed humidity balance to keep the mold & mildew at bay. Of course once we make our way to winter, the heat pump is there for the heat we need. It simply reverses the process and bring heat energy from the outside air into the home. It really is such a versatile and amazing piece of HVAC equipment.
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