Heating in St. Augustine


American families depend on central heating systems to keep them warm and toasty when the cold weather arrives. Depending on where you live, some need this amenity more than others. Central heating systems come in all sorts of type and sizes.

What are heat pump systems?
Heat pumps are basically central air conditioners that can operate in reverse to be central heaters too. These systems are extremely popular even preferred in moderate climate regions like southern states that usually have milder winters.

Why use a heat pump system?
Heat pumps deliver cool air during hot summer months, and warm air during cool winter months, all from one central system. The most popular configuration is an air-source heat pump, which uses the outdoor air to exchange energy for cooling or heating your house. Heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to conventional heating and cooling systems.

How do heat pumps work?
Much like refrigerators, heat pumps use mechanical energy to transfer heat from a cool area to a warmer area, making the cooler area colder and the warmer area hotter. You may think heat pumps just generate heat, but they actually move heat which provides equivalent space conditioning, that's cost effective for about one quarter of the cost of operating furnaces and air conditioning systems. While heat pumps help transfer heat into your building from the cool outdoors, and into your warm house during colder seasons, they also move heat from your cold building to the warm outdoors. Heat pumps are designed to move thermal energy opposite to the direction of spontaneous heat flow by absorbing heat from a cold space and releasing it to a warmer one.

Even when you don't think heat pumps are necessary, they're being used. When the temperatures outside are cold, a heat pump extracts outside heat and move it inside and while it's hot outside, it reverses directions and acts as an air conditioner by removing heat from the building.

Regardless of the type of heating system you have, Taylor can help!

Ductless, mini-split-system heat pumps (mini splits) make good retrofit add-ons to houses with "non-ducted" heating systems. They can be a great choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not an option, and also work for energy-efficient newer homes that require only a small space conditioning system. Be sure to choose an installer familiar with the product and its installation. Like standard air-source heat pumps, mini splits have two main components -- an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit.

The main advantages of mini splits are their small size and flexibility for zoning or heating and cooling individual rooms.

If you’re using a heat pump to keep the indoors nice and cozy, then you’re very familiar with its benefits. Unlike many heating devices, a heat pump doesn’t generate its own heat. Instead, it moves heat from one place to another – a process that uses less energy. This system is also designed to work both ways, making it a cost-effective choice for entire home heating and cooling.

However, even if you take great care of it, it can still get damaged over time. There may come a time when your heat pump isn’t delivering air flow efficiently or stops functioning. If the complications aren’t solved immediately, you’ll have a harder time maintaining a comfortable atmosphere in your property.

That’s why it’s crucial that you contact Taylor Refrigeration & AC whenever your heat pump breaks down. We have the experience, skill, and the necessary equipment to fix any problem your unit runs into.

Let Taylor Refrigeration & AC Handle the Repairs

Though some heat pump damage can be dealt with simple repairs, hiring us is always your best option. We’ve been servicing both heating and air conditioning systems for more than 65 years, so we’ve perfected this procedure to a tee.

Plus, giving us the task will give you the following benefits:

Quick and Reliable Repairs
We know that your heat pump plays an integral role in keeping your indoor climate pleasant, so we’ll have it up and running fast. However, this doesn’t mean we’re trading quality for speed of service.

Our fully licensed and certified technicians are trained to handle the repairs in the most efficient ways possible. They’ve also been doing this for many years now, so you can definitely trust them to get your heat pump back in good shape properly.

Improved Heat Pump Performance
This service doesn’t simply fix your system, but it also enhances its performance, durability, and energy efficiency. After the job’s done, you can expect the following improvements in your heat pump:

• Less maintenance required
• Longer life cycle
• Safer usage
• Better cooling and heating

Easy and Hassle-Free Experience
The best thing about this service is that you won’t have to do the repairs yourself. Dealing with the problem is a time-consuming and tiring task, so why not give it to someone who’s happy to do it for you?

With that said, you can sit back and relax while we do all the complicated stuff. Once we’re done, you can enjoy using your heat pump as if nothing terrible has happened to it.

When you need our heat pump expertise, just contact us at 904-289-2355. Our friendly operators will be glad to give you more information and free estimates on this service. We help properties in St. Augustine and the surrounding areas.

Always Choose Taylor Refrigeration & Air Conditioning


That is why we, at Taylor Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, are ready to provide excellent ductwork cleaning and repair services to properties located in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Jacksonville, St. Johns, Palm Coast and surrounding areas in Northeast Florida.

For more than 65 years, we have been delivering high-quality heating and air conditioning systems and equipment, and services, and it is about time that we give your property the very same treatment. If you are interested in our products and services, please give us a call at 904-829-3358 or visit our contact page. Let us help you attain the comfortable lifestyle you definitely deserve!