AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Archive for the ‘Heat Pumps’ Category

3 Common Issues With Heat Pumps

Monday, October 17th, 2022

Heat pumps are becoming incredibly popular these days. With our hot summers and relatively mild winters, it only makes sense that our customers would want to use a system that can both heat and cool a home efficiently. Heat pumps are amazingly convenient in our climate, and they’re only getting more efficient and affordable over time.

However, they do require repairs every once in a while, just like any other heating system. Heat pump repair in Savannah, GA might sound like a daunting task, but it’s really not. Our team specializes in this kind of support, so we can fix any problem you might run into.

Heat pumps do encounter their own problems, so this blog post is primarily to inform customers about what they might expect. From a broken reversing valve, to dirty coils, and even a refrigerant leak, you might be better off calling us as soon as possible.

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Wait, a Heat Pump Can Heat My Home as Well?

Monday, October 26th, 2020

The last time we spoke, we were talking about air conditioners. While temperatures might have dropped substantially since then, we’re still technically talking about air conditioners. Or, rather, air conditioners that can heat your home as well.

Most homeowners that own heat pumps know that their system can also heat their home. However, those who are just starting to look at the field of new heaters for their home might not know this bit of information. In fact, they might be confused as to how an air conditioning system could heat their home!

Well, fear not. Heating in Rincon, GA is our specialty and so are heat pumps. We’re going to talk about the technical aspect of heat pumps and how they can heat your home. Keep bills low, efficiency levels high, and your home comfortable this winter with a heat pump!

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Heat Pump Repairs You Might Have This Winter

Monday, February 4th, 2019

cold-womanIf you own a heat pump, you are well aware of its benefits: it is versatile, efficient, and highly effective at providing you with year-round comfort. That being said, a heat pump is not entirely immune to repair needs. It is quite common that your heat pump requires repair every now and again, as this is normal for all HVAC systems alike.

If you suspect an issue with your heat pump, it important to remain proactive and schedule heating repair in Savannah, GA as soon as possible. Ignoring your issue will only increase the chances of it becoming larger, causing further damage and inefficiency. This is why it is important to understand and recognize common heat pump issues. In this week’s blog, we will outline some of the most common issues that homeowners experience with their heat pumps, so you can avoid damaging your wallet this winter. Keep reading below to learn more. 

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Heat Pump Repairs You May Need This Winter

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

cold-man-thermostat-handsA versatile heating and cooling system in one, the heat pump is what we recommend to so many of our customers looking for heating and air conditioning. It’s highly efficient and can keep you warm throughout the winter, but that doesn’t make it immune to problems.

Heat pumps can suffer from a number of problems in the summer, when it works as an air conditioner, or in the winter, when it works as a heater. Today, we want to focus on problems that tend to occur in the winter—some of which may surprise you!

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What Makes a Heat Pump the Best Choice for Home Comfort?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

dog-home-comfortEvery home has unique heating and cooling needs, requiring a different system for homes of different shapes and sizes. The biggest heating system or cooling system is not necessarily the best. In fact, choosing an air conditioner or heater that is too large for your home can result in short cycling—the system running too often and wearing down its parts. And of course, a system that is too small will not do a sufficient job of heating or cooling your home.

While homeowners will choose different efficiency ratings for their comfort systems based on what they can afford, and while sizing changes based on the size of the home, there is still one type of system we recommend time and time again. In our area, the heat pump is the way to go.

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Why Does the Outside Unit of the Heat Pump Run in the Winter?

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

This is a question that puzzles many homeowners. If you’ve ever found it odd that the outside unit of your comfort system runs when you turn on the heat, you are not alone. It’s not something most people are used to, especially if they grew up with a furnace to heat the home. A furnace is separate from an air conditioner, and it contains an indoor unit only (with no outside portion).

But a heat pump is different. A heat pump is an all-in-one heating and air conditioning system. And most of the same components that are used for air conditioning are also used for heating. That means that you can expect to hear the outside unit running when the heat is on.


What makes the outdoor unit necessary for heating your home with a centralized heat pump? We’ll go over the basics here. For more information about heat pumps or to schedule service in Savannah, GA, contact our team.

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Why Does the Outside Unit for the Heat Pump Run in Winter?

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Many of us grew up with conventional furnaces as whole-house heating systems. This system is separate from an air conditioner, which means that—of course—the air conditioning unit does not run when the heater does.

However, a heat pump is different. It’s an all-in-one heating and air conditioning system that utilizes refrigerant in a process that completes two different tasks, heating and cooling. You may be surprised to hear your outdoor unit running when the heat comes on—but that’s just how it works.

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A Quick Guide to Picking Out a New Heat Pump for the New Year

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

A heat pump is a heating and cooling system all-in-one. It’s the perfect heating and cooling system for so many reasons: the fact that you only need to keep up with maintenance for a single system, their high efficiency ratings, long lifespans, and much more.

If you’re considering a heat pump for the first time, it may seem a bit overwhelming. Our experts are here to help with a quick guide to finding a heat pump that works for your space.

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Why a Heat Pump Is the Only Home Comfort Installation You Need

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

For a long time, the furnace was the only option available for people who wanted to keep the entire home warm via an air duct system. The standard setup for most homes with comfort systems involves a furnace and a separate air conditioner, but it’s no longer the only way to go. A heat pump is a single installation that can do the job of both a heater and an air conditioner.

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Why a Heat Pump Should Be Your Next Home Comfort Installation

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

As temperatures mellow out, you’re probably getting ready to shut off your heating system for the winter, if you haven’t already. Hopefully your heater treated you well this winter, heating your home efficiently and effectively. If it didn’t though, and you are looking for a new system to fulfill not only your heating needs next winter but your cooling needs this spring and summer, a heat pump could be the answer.

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