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Do you know how your heat pump works in your heater in Annapolis? A heat pump is the part of your heating and air conditioning, or HVAC, a system that works to move hot air from one place to another.

Heat pump systems are generally made up of two parts: an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. In the winter, a heat pump extracts heat from the outside air and moves it inside your house. In the summer, a heat pump acts like an air conditioner by removing hot air from your house and depositing it outdoors.

Heat pumps transfer heat rather than generate it, which saves on energy costs. However, because they don’t generate heat, heat pumps tend to work best in moderate climates.

Climates with extremely low temperatures may require an additional heat source, as there is little heat energy in the frigid outside air. Talk to an HVAC company near you if you think that a heat pump may be the right HVAC solution for your home.

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