The heat pump works by moving the heat energy out of our home to be replaced by cooler air
This time of year, I like to soak up every single a single of these perfect days. Going outside in the day to prefer a crisp, cool day is such a delight. And having the heat pump not running non stop is also great. But with each passing day, I hear another heat pump cranking up in the village. The hot and cold temperatures are creeping into the 76’s during the peak heating minutes of the day now. For many, this is the time to flip the control unit from heating to cooling. My control unit is still on HVAC heating although I think the heat pump came on a half dozen time this past winter. That’s pretty much par for the course. But the real labor for the heat pump is still on the horizon and approaching fast. Soon, the heat pump will be cycling on and off through the day and night. Our Summer is so overheated that most people relies on HVAC cooling. I do our best to wait as long as possible to flip the control unit to cooling. This gives me a option to get a bit more accustomed to the heat. But once the comes on, it’s not just the cooling comfort that I’m after. The HVAC cooling process performs another actually crucial job in our house. The humidity level is balanced by the HVAC cooling process. The heat pump works by moving the heat energy out of our home to be replaced by cooler air. Well, that means a great deal of moisture in the air is also fatigued out of the house. So we have an environment that helps mitigate mold and mildew growth.