In a typical heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, the primary method of heating and cooling is by the condensing of a fluid. The refrigerant passes through several stages of a coil. In one stage it is compressed; when compressed, the added pressure causes the refrigerant to heat up significantly. It can then be condensed further. Finally, it is allowed to expand and/or evaporate.
When the refrigerant expands after being compressed, it sheds all of its heat energy and becomes very cold. In an air conditioner, the supercooled refrigerant is then used to cool down the room. The excess heat is blown away using a heat pump. In a heater, the excess heat is blown into the room to condition the air. Heat pump installation has been proven to be much more effective than standard heating system installations.
When the refrigerant expands and sheds its excess heat, the heat pump has to direct the air somewhere. It can direct it outside to dissipate in the air, it can direct it to a heat sink where it is absorbed, or it can direct it back into the room to condition the air. There are many options for your heat pump installation in Rockville.
There are many types of installations that could work well in your home or building.
Since the heat pump operates by blowing excess heat into a room, it is much more effective than electric coils or other types of heating. A heat pump installation could save you a lot of money on your energy bills each year. Many people report record savings every year just by switching to heat pump systems instead of the systems that they had previously. It is a great way to save money.