NP Environmental Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pumps’

Mold in Your Heat Pump? Here’s What to Do

Monday, March 4th, 2024

A foul odor emanating from your air-source heat pump can be a cause for concern, often signaling the presence of mold. While troubleshooting the issue can be beneficial, it’s essential to emphasize that professional repair or maintenance is typically required for a thorough and long-lasting solution. In this guide, we’ll walk you through a step-by-step process to help homeowners identify and address mold-related issues in their heat pump.

Just make sure you rely on the experts to fix your issues with air source heating and cooling in Syracuse.

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Are Heat Pumps Viable in the Winter?

Monday, December 11th, 2023

This is such a great question, and it’s one that we get asked all the time. As new customers get acquainted with heat pump technology (thanks to legislation like the Inflation Reduction Act and other cost-saving programs), almost everyone does a quick online search to find out if a heat pump can work well during the winter.

Especially in our area where heating in Utica, NY is a huge priority during our frigid winters, some folks just opt for heating systems that run on fossil fuels because they don’t think a heat pump can handle the cold.

Not only is this further from the truth than it’s ever been, but we can prove to you right now that new heat pumps have the potential to be better for your home than a conventional furnace system–even when temperatures drop below freezing.

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