Corpus Christi Contractors
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When temperatures drop, the demand for a heating system increases. During the winter months it can be difficult to maintain your family’s comfort if your heating system is not running properly. When a heater breaks down, Strawberry technicians have the knowledge and experience necessary to quickly diagnose your heating system. We deliver outstanding heating services to keep your home warm and your family comfortable.
Today’s furnaces do a great job at keeping a home warm during the winter. During warmer seasons, the furnace fan or blower, is also used to assist the Air Conditioner system in circulating cooled air. Your gas furnace produces heat through the combustion of natural gas in it’s burner. Heat produced in this process passes through a heat ex-changer. Cool air is blown across the heat ex-changer and absorbs the heat. The blower then sends warm air into the duct-work and into the rooms of your home.
Heat pumps are installed outside of the home and it is similar to a central Air Conditioning unit. The compressor circulates refrigerant between the outside unit and the indoor air handler. Thus, absorbing or releasing heat in route, depending on the season. A heat pump does not burn fuel to produce heat: rather, it just uses electricity to move heat into or out of your home. As a result, there is less fuel consumption during cooler seasons when compared to a gas furnace. Its matching air handler resides inside the home and contains a coil and fan blower. It serves to circulate conditioned air throughout your home. It is important that the air is circulated in your home and pulled through an air filter. This removes any airborne particles like dust, bacteria, and germs. As a result cleaner filtered air is redistributed to your home through the air supply duct-work.