More and more we’re getting questions from homeowners about heat pumps. What are they? How do they work? Are they right for me? While heat pumps are fairly common in the warmer states they are less well known in other parts of the country, but that is quickly changing.
Finding a way to evenly manage temperature and humidity control are two main advantages of a modulating system. While a fixed speed system can only run at full speed, a modulating system can have two or more speeds. In terms of temperature control, this means a modulating system will provide consistent air conditioning that is commensurate with the need in the home, as opposed to a fixed speed’s just turning on or off.
The regulation of refrigerants continues to be a source of great uncertainty in the HVAC industry. With requirements to begin using lower Global Warming Potential refrigerants being implemented as early as January 2023, the future of HVACR is full of challenges. See how experts responded to a regulation readiness survey and how Copeland is prepared to offer resources in support.
The Department of Energy has increased minimum efficiency for residential air conditioning, which will take effect January of 2023. We’ve outlined how experts responded to a regulation readiness survey and the ways Copeland is prepared to offer resources in support.
Did you know that 65% of home energy use is consumed by water heaters and HVAC systems? With Earth Day right around the corner now’s the time to include HVAC maintenance in your spring cleaning schedule in order to keep those systems running efficiently. Check out some easy maintenance tasks you can do to keep your system running and avoid costly issues.
If your air conditioner or furnace just died, you’re facing some quick and tough decisions. Now is the time to take a deep breath and not rush to an uninformed decision. The top mistakes people make when purchasing a new heating or cooling system are…
While most people associate air conditioning with cold, the science behind making your home cooler actually deals with the transfer of heat. When that heat is lost, or removed, the remaining cold air cools your home. To understand this system better, let’s look at the major components. Your central air conditioning system has two key components: the indoor unit, and the outdoor unit.