Heat Pump Articles

How to Determine Heat Pump Efficiency

December 29, 2023
How to Determine Heat Pump Efficiency. Couple sitting on the floor drinking out of mugs and eating breakfast.

If you are in the market for a new heat pump, efficiency is probably a key factor in your search. The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) has a universal ranking system for heating and cooling units that serves to help. 

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What Is a Heat Pump?

September 23, 2022
|Cozy cabin with fire pit in the mountains of North Carolina.|Geothermal heat pump diagram.

A heat pump is a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system that transfers heat from one place to another, from inside to outside or from outside to inside.

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Heat Pump Maintenance Tips

February 7, 2022
Heat Pump Maintenance Tips

Many Asheville homeowners today have installed a heat pump to handle their heating and cooling needs. If you have a heat pump, you’ll want to be aware of some special considerations when it comes to regular maintenance issues. Our team at All Seasons Heating & Air Conditioning offers the following information and tips to help.

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Heat Pump Versus Furnace

January 21, 2022
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Looking to install a new heater in your Hendersonville home? Your two most popular choices are a heat pump and a furnace. Each one has advantages and disadvantages when compared to the other.

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How Can I Get My Heat Pump to Last Longer?

January 16, 2021
Three-generation family enjoying a warm home in Asheville

The average air-source heat pump lasts approximately 15 years. But your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) unit’s life span is dependent on several factors, including its design and overall quality. However, there are many factors that you, as owner, directly control.

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Transitioning Your Heat Pump

April 13, 2020
Young girl standing in front of an open window in summer.|Couple sitting at table and calculating bills at home.

One reason North Carolina homeowners love heat pumps is they function as an all-in-one unit. Instead of purchasing and maintaining a separate furnace and air conditioning system, you can simply transition your heat pump from the heat setting to the cooling setting and vice versa as seasons warrant.

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