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A heat pump can operate in both heating and cooling mode using a reversing valve to reverse the flow of refrigerant. Heat pumps work by sending liquid refrigerant to an indoor evaporator coil, where the refrigerant absorbs heat from the air inside your house. Once the refrigerant has changed to a gaseous form, it’s pressurized to create hot refrigerant, which is sent to the coil in the outdoor unit.
When the reversing valve is activated, the flow of refrigerant is reversed and your Goodman heat pump essentially does its job in reverse. The fact that room heat pumps can serve as both heating and cooling systems makes them a good alternative to a gas furnace and a central air conditioner.
On average, you can expect heat pump systems to last about 15 years. Over time, coils and other internal parts of a heat pump will wear down in most cases. However, you need to make sure you’re keeping up with heat pump maintenance if you want your Lennox heat pump to last as long as possible. At least once a year, it’s important to have a technician service your heat pump and check for any problems.
During maintenance, you should have your heat pump cleaned and inspected for problems. Efficient heat pumps will only maintain their energy efficiency if you take good care of them. A technician can clean the fins on the outdoor unit, make sure coils are clean, prevent ice buildup on coils and more. This routine maintenance is the best way to make sure your heat pump lasts as long as possible and performs as well as its efficiency rating.
Heat pumps are normally excellent in terms of energy efficiency, but that depends on the operating conditions. Your heat pump is most efficient when outside temperatures are above 40 degrees Fahrenheit. When temperatures drop below that point, heat pumps begin to lose some efficiency. Still, a heat pump is often the most efficient heating option when temperatures are between 30 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
When temperatures drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, your heat pump is no longer the most efficient heating option. It’s important to consider the average winter temperatures in your area before investing in a heat pump, as there may be better solutions for some homeowners. If you live in an area where temperatures rarely drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, heat pumps are excellent in terms of efficiency and heating and cooling power. If you want to save money on a heating system, scratch and dent heat pumps are an even more affordable option.