Scaran Blog: Archive for the ‘Heat Pumps’ Category

Ductless Systems Have Many Different Uses, Not Just for Whole-House Heating and Cooling

Monday, February 12th, 2024

If you have heard of ductless HVAC systems for heating and cooling, you may be thinking that they’re just an alternative to a central air conditioner or heater. But they are really so much more. We’re highlighting four ways that a ductless mini split system can be used aside from central heating and cooling.

If any of these ideas pique your interest, and you want to schedule an appointment for ductless heating in Staten Island, NY, give our team a call. You can also keep reading to learn more about some of the unique ways that a ductless unit can be used.

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How Long Can You Expect Your Heat Pump to Last?

Monday, December 4th, 2023

When you make a big investment in something like a heat pump, you deserve to know how long your investment will last. Heat pumps usually have an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years, although there are factors that can affect this range.

When you take excellent care of your heat pump, you can get more life out of your current unit before investing in a heat pump replacement in Staten Island, NY. You can keep reading to learn more about how long you can expect your heat pump to last based on maintenance and use factors.

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A Dual Fuel HVAC System Might Be Your Best Heating (and Cooling) Solution

Monday, September 11th, 2023

If you’re considering an HVAC upgrade, a dual fuel system should be at the top of your list. It’s the best of both the air conditioning and heating worlds, and we will explain why below.

If you are interested in a dual fuel HVAC system in Edison, NJ, give our team a call. We can complete an in-home assessment to outline how the system would work in your home, as well as offering a quote and going over the installation process. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of a dual fuel HVAC system compared to your other options.

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Why Your Heat Pump May Not Be Heating Your House

Monday, January 8th, 2018

heating-cooling-homesOne of the biggest advantages of a heat pump is that it can work as two different types of comfort systems. During hot weather, it works just like a standard air conditioning system. When the weather turns colder, the heat pump can switch over to working as a heater. Essentially, the function of the two coils switches so the heat pump draws heat from outside and brings it inside.

But what if your heat pump is turned to heating mode, but your home is either not getting warm enough, or it’s not getting warm at all. Let’s take a look at what might be happening, because there are a number of different possibilities. In many cases, you may need to schedule heating repair in Edison, NJ for the heat pump.

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