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A heat pump is part of a mechanical-compression cycle refrigeration system that we install for both heating and cooling purposes. The pump circulates warm air from one location to another. Which direction the pump moves the air depends on the temperature outside (or the temperature needed inside the building). When it’s cold outside the pump takes the air and converts it to warm air before pushing inside the house. When it’s warm outside, the pump removes the warm air so that the AC unit can produce cold. It is the most vital component in your heating and cooling system. So, as you might guess, when the heat pump goes bad, it cripples the rest of the equipment.
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Tankless water heaters have emerged over the last decade as the new standard for water temperature control. But do tankless water heaters save you money? Below, we compare tank water heaters and tankless water heaters and which one is best for your home. If you would like to know more about the features and benefits of tankless water heaters, contact Steve’s Plumbing & Heating. We’re here to answer all your questions.
One of the reasons homeowners install appliances without the help of a professional is so that they’ll save money. While this may be true in one sense, you’re still better off hiring a Steve’s Plumbing & Heating technician to install the appliance for you. A professional installation can ensure that the machine is implemented into your electrical system according to building codes, industry standards, and manufacturer specifications. Adhering to all three will keep your house safe while you are using any appliance.
When the temperature falls in Minnesota, it’s time for you to reboot your HVAC system to keep your home warm for the winter months ahead. Before it gets too cold, Steve’s Plumbing & Heating can help you go down your checklist to make sure the entire system is working as it should. Our certified heating and cooling contractors can identify any issues that may be plaguing your boiler or furnace and fix we get too deep into winter. Here are some of the problems we look for:
Boilers are a standard heating system in both residential and commercial properties. Although different types of boilers offer a wide range of features, they mostly perform the same function. Boilers heat water, and then distribute it through a building via a piping network that channels through the walls, ceiling, or floors. Most boilers are powered by natural gas, oil, propane, or diesel fuel.
Ask the average homeowner what is heating their home and, without flinching, they’ll tell you it's their furnace. Some homes and businesses, however, are heated using boilers and not furnaces. While they both perform the same function, they operate in different ways. Below is a description of each and why know the difference is essential.
It’s time to remodel your kitchen. We can help. Steve’s Plumbing & Heating has been helping homeowners in Minneapolis with their remodeling projects for over five decades. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to guide you through your renovation from start to finish. If you’re wondering where to start with your plumbing renovation, then we recommend one of these five areas below.
Is your heating and plumbing system ready for winter? If not, then an inspection from Steve’s Plumbing & Heating is in order. We can come to your home and assess both of this vital systems to determine how best to winterize your home. Below is a summary of how both of these services can benefit you.
With the rising cost of utilities, Steve’s Plumbing & Heating can help you find ways to save money over the next year by tightening up your system and stopping those leaks. If there is water dripping anywhere inside or outside of your home, we’ll find it and fix it.
If you’re suffering from sinus or respiratory problems, then it could be due to dirty ductwork in your heating and air conditioning system. Each day, air continuously flows throughout your home. As it passes through the air ducts it both drops off and collects contaminants, allergens, and tiny dirt particles. Although the air filter in your HVAC system is designed to capture these pollutants, many of them still pass through, go into the unit and are cycled back through the air ducts once again. This happens day after day.
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