Darth Vader: "These are the Heat Pumps we're looking for" The Heat Pump, that's right, the dreaded Heat Pump. Some people love the dark side, some people hate it. But for all of the heat pumps being used and as long as they have been around, they are still extremely misunderstood, misused and improperly maintained. And because of this, they have been given a bad wrap a long time ago, in a galaxy far... far... far... you get the picture.
Today, let's take the mystery out of the Heat Pump. We will discuss things responsible homeowners should know about his or her heat pump. Topics include: heat pump facts, heat pump technology, and heat pump operations. Most importantly though, you get valuable heat pump tips, learn about important heat pump maintenance, and view frequently asked questions. AND... we'll split the lesson up over several blog posts... that's right!
Understanding the importance of proper maintenance and service, You will be able to quickly spot problems and make educated and informed decisions on how to correct them. And you will appreciate just how hard your Heat Pump works to provide you with clean, safe, and efficient heating and cooling; year after year.
1. A lot of galactic travelers feel using direct combustion, (gas or oil) to generate heat is never the most efficient use of fuel.
2. Heat pumps are more efficient because they use the empire's renewable energy in the form of low-temperature heat.
The technology behind Heat Pumps: They offer the most energy efficient way to provide heating and cooling in many applications, as they can use renewable heat sources in our surroundings. Even at temperatures we consider to be cold: air, ground and water contain useful heat that's continuously replenished by the sun. By applying a little more energy, a heat pump can raise the temperature of this heat energy to the level needed.
Because heat pumps consume less energy than conventional heating systems, they are important for reducing emissions of gases that harm the environment, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx).