Heat pumps both heat and cool

Manawatu Guardian - - WINTER WARMTH -

Dur­ing win­ter the heat pump pre­vents con­den­sa­tion form­ing on cold sur­faces such as win­dows by cir­cu­lat­ing warm air around the room.

A warm, dry, com­fort­able en­vi­ron­ment with the ad­di­tion of air con­di­tion­ing will al­ways be first choice for prospec­tive home buy­ers over a house with­out such sought af­ter ben­e­fits. fea­ture of a heat pump, and you are in con­trol. A heat pump pro­vides you with the abil­ity to eas­ily con­trol and main­tain your cli­mate to your own lev­els. smoke, ashes, mois­ture or any other waste ma­te­rial for you to re­move. When cool­ing or de­hu­mid­i­fy­ing your home there is no need to empty the reser­voir of wa­ter as your heat pump is plumbed in and has a per­ma­nent drain to the out­side. There are no flames or hot sur­faces that chil­dren or pets can touch and burn them­selves on. They can also be safely left on while you are asleep and you can even leave your heat pump on when you go out and it won’t cost you a for­tune to have the lux­ury of re­turn­ing home to a com­fort­able tem­per­a­ture.

Many heat pumps have the ad­di­tional ben­e­fit of pro­gram­mable timers which al­low you to warm up your room prior to get­ting up on a cold morn­ing or be­fore your re­turn from work. us­ing your heat pump for cool­ing, the room is au­to­mat­i­cally de­hu­mid­i­fied as a func­tion of the heat pump. As the warm air cir­cu­lates through the unit mois­ture forms on the cold sur­face of the coil and then drains out­side.

Dur­ing win­ter the heat pump pre­vents con­den­sa­tion form­ing on cold sur­faces such as win­dows by cir­cu­lat­ing warm air around the room.

A warm, dry, com­fort­able en­vi­ron­ment with the ad­di­tion of air con­di­tion­ing will al­ways be first choice for prospec­tive home buy­ers over a house with­out such sought af­ter ben­e­fits.

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