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Have you been considering making the switch from fossil fuels to electric, using heat pumps to heat and cool your home? Carolina Temperature Control recommends heat pump systems to provide year-round comfort by cooling your home in the summer and heating it throughout the cold winter months utilizing electrical power, not gas or oil.
Heat pumps operate by taking heat from the ground or air and drawing it into your home to heat or cool it. This system is perfect in moderate climates like ours, where the summer is hot, but the winters are typically moderate. Yes, heat pumps are more expensive than standard HVAC systems, but they are more energy-efficient and offer one of the best options available for homeowners and businesses committed to decreasing their use of fossil fuels.
Carolina Temperature Control is a proud supplier of Trane products, and our heat pump specialists can help you determine which system will work best for your needs. Trane has been keeping families and businesses comfortable, safe, and energy-efficient for more than 100 years. Their sterling reputation for providing efficient heating and cooling systems is well-deserved.
With over 30 years in the heating and cooling business, the pros at Carolina Temperature Control understand all there is to know about heat pumps. We can assist you through the process of choosing the perfect model to satisfy your needs. We repair and service all makes and models, and work hard to make sure you can rest easy knowing your home or business will stay comfortable all year long.
Whether you are in Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Garden City, Surfside, Pawleys Island and surrounding area, you can rely on Carolina Temperature Control to come through for you with first-rate heat pumps, expert installation, repair work, and routine upkeep so you get the longest service life possible from your system.
Call us today at (843) 651-6000 or contact us about heat pumps, or to get service scheduled to keep your system running optimally.
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