It’s officially fall now, and your heat pump just went through a tough summer of keeping your home cooled down. Since a heat pump isn’t an air conditioner, despite working similarly to one, it will continue to run for you during the coming winter—but now switched over to heating mode so it draws heat from outdoors and moves it into your home.
You want the best, most dependable heating performance from your heat pump for the winter. We want you to have that as well! We’ve put together a list of four ways you can improve your heat pump’s performance. When you need heat pump service in Bloomington, MN, make sure to call the team at Residential.