California Indoor Comfort Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heat pump’

Shouldn’t My Heat Pump be Heating?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

cold-manTemperatures are definitely dropping, which means that now is the perfect time to switch your heat pump from “cooling mode” to “heating mode!” But, what happens if when you make that switch, no heat comes out? Surely, this can’t be right!

There are a number of reasons why your heat pump might not be heating as it should, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more…oh, and of course, remember to call our team when you need heater repair in Clovis, CA!

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Let Us Introduce You to the Dual Fuel System!

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Hopefully, by now, you’ve met our dear friend, the furnace. Heck, you might even have one in your home! And surely, we’ve introduced you to the heat pump, a nifty little system capable of providing year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch. But, have we introduced you to the dual fuel system? If we have, it’s definitely been a while.

The dual fuel system is pretty unique in that it combines the power of a gas furnace with the flexibility of a heat pump to give you the most efficient means of heating your home! In fact, there are plenty of benefits of installing a dual fuel system in your home, and below, we have listed some of them for you! So, keep reading to find out more! (Oh, and remember to call us for all things heating in Fresno, CA!)

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Heat Pumps are All That and a Bag of Chips

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

thumbs-upWe hope that our silly title didn’t make you hungry (though a bag of chips is sounding pretty good right about now!) Sadly, we aren’t a restaurant or even a vending machine for that matter, but what we can do is fuel your appetite for better efficiency.

Yes, that’s right! We are talking about heat pumps! These nifty little HVAC systems are efficient, effective, and quite popular for their ability to provide year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch (but, more on that later!) There are just so many reasons to consider installing a heat pump in your home, and below, we’ve listed a number of them for you! Keep reading to find out more! 

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Why Your Forced Air Heater Needs a Clean Filter

Monday, November 26th, 2018

clean-air-filterWell, it is chilly outside. The heater seems to be running decently. Nothing to see here, no problems on the horizon. 

Wait just a second!

Before you go deciding that your heater is working “good enough,” ask yourself this:

Is “good enough” really good enough for you? Even more importantly—when is the last time that you changed your air filter?

When your heater is up and running, be it a heat pump or a furnace, you may convince yourself that this alone means that everything is going just fine. That is not really the case. There could be potential issues simmering away just under the surface. And you know what? A dirty air filter is one of the most common causes of such problems. The air filter is a very simple component to swap out, and they are quite cheap to purchase.

It may sound like and an exaggeration, but believe us when we say that changing your air filter regularly is the single best thing that you can do for your heater. It can even help you to avoid heater repair in Madera, CA!

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Heat Pump Problems: Refrigerant Leaks

Monday, March 5th, 2018

HVAC-technicianHeat pumps are unique in that they are used all year long in order to both heat and cool homes. That means that any problems with your heat pump could potentially put your comfort at risk at any time of the year. Clearly, it is in your best interest to pay close attention to your heat pump and its performance, and to alert a member of our team as soon as you have cause to suspect that trouble is brewing.

When it comes to heat pump problems, one of the most serious that you may encounter is the refrigerant leak. Refrigerant leaks are one problem that can cause many others, so you really want to have the issue resolved as soon as possible. This will not only help to protect your comfort, but it will help to prevent potentially serious damages to your heat pump. Contact the Fresno, CA HVAC  professionals on our staff if you suspect a refrigerant leak.

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