Sloan Service Company, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pumps’

“Does My Heat Pump Need Fewer Repairs?”

Monday, June 7th, 2021
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Heat pumps are incredible systems. After all, they are able to offer year-round temperature control. This wonderful two-for-one system is becoming rapidly more popular throughout the country, not to mention in North Carolina. However, while these systems are gaining popularity there are also plenty of misconceptions that follow this.

While a misunderstanding about your heat pump is a common issue, it can also be the thing that causes problems for the longevity of your system. That’s why we want to clarify some things about your heat pump. The more your know about your system the better you will be able to determine when you need a heat pump repair in Raleigh, NC.

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5 Indicators Your Heat Pump Is in Trouble

Monday, December 7th, 2020
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When there is a problem with your heat pump in summer, you want to get it fixed ASAP because no Raleigh home should go without cool air. Likewise, if there is a problem with your heat pump in the fall or winter, you need to reach out for heating repair in Raleigh, NC too. Your heat pump offers all the comfort you need when it is working right, so we are happy to say Sloan Service Company, Inc. is your one-stop-shop for all your heat pump services too.

So now that you know where to go for your heat pump repairs, we want to help you learn when the time comes to reach out for those services.

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Make Sure Your Heat Pump is Ready to Switch Modes

Monday, October 12th, 2020
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You want to keep your home as comfortable as possible all year long, right? To do that, you need reliable systems to heat and cool your home as the weather changes. Or, you could enjoy that comfort being provided by just one system: your heat pump mini split.

Thanks to a little part called a reversing valve, your heat pump can switch the direction that its refrigerant flows so that, rather than absorbing heat, it releases heat into your home. This is a unique ability that you shouldn’t take for granted. Use the tips listed here to help prepare your heat pump to switch modes this season.

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