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Charleston Heat Pump Services
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For most of the year, South Carolinians around the Lowcountry don’t think too much about heating their home. But as the temperature begins to drop, it’s wise to check on your home’s heating system. Most homes in the Charleston area depend on heat pumps to keep their homes warm; but inconsistent use can lead to deterioration. Trust in the Charleston heat pump experts at ClimateMakers to get your heat working again and ready for the colder months.
Heat Pump Services
Charleston Heat Pump Repair & Replacement
Your heat pump is essential to keeping your home comfortable during the year, but it can be difficult to know when you need repair service. A lot can go wrong with your heat pump, and it's essential to get it fixed as soon as possible. You don't want to suffer through a cold winter or hot summer!
ClimateMakers offers comprehensive heat pump repair service for Charleston-area residents. We'll have your heat pump up and running in no time!
What Is a Heat Pump?
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
Heat pumps work by taking the heat out of the air outside and moving it into your Charleston area home. Specifically, a heat pump is any device that moves heat from one area to another using a small amount of energy.
Your air conditioning unit, most of the time, works as a heat pump in reverse. It takes out heat from the air in your home when it is warm.
To heat your home properly, your Charleston heat pump will take warm air from outside and heat it before dispersing it throughout your property.
Because the South Carolina Coast doesn't deal with the subzero temperatures in winter like many of the Midwestern or Northeastern areas, this is enough heat to guarantee that you and your loved ones stay warm and comfy. However, because heat pumps are not always used, partly because of the warm, sunny weather we're blessed to have in the Charleston area, some problems are tougher to notice until the next time you need to heat your home, and your unit fails to work correctly.