In the winter, heat pumps take in energy from outside to provide heat for your home. If used the right way, it can keep your whole home warm while being energy-efficient. However, heat pumps naturally ice up due to the cold weather. When the coils are covered and blocked by ice, the system won’t efficiently
According to the Department of Energy (DOE), more than half of the consumed energy in every household in the U.S. goes to heating and cooling. When you think about it, during the Christmas season—your heaters will continuously be running, making your bills higher. This is true especially when you’re HVAC requires repairs at the moment.