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Los Angeles Heating and Furnace Repair services all brands and models of heating and furnaces in Los Angeles. If your heating and furnace doesn't work as well as it used to or doesn’t come on at all, give us a call so we can help fix the appliance and get your heating and furnace back to ideal working order. Once you give us a call, we’ll make an appointment that works with your schedule for your heating and furnace repair in Los Angeles:
866 876 3188
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We repair all heating and furnace models and brands in Los Angeles:
Carrier heating units
Airtemp heating units
Lennox heating units
Caloric heating units
Ruud heating units
Bryant heating units
|GE heating units
Heil heating units
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Our heating and furnace repair service areas include all of Los Angeles and the nearby areas:
Marina Del Rey
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We provide information here to help you get more familiarity with your heating and furnace unit. Remember that using your heating and furnace more efficiently can help save money—since it may cut down on your gas and electric bills, in addition to lengthening the life of your heating and furnace unit and reducing the need for future heating and furnace repairs.
Warning: WITHOUT technical knowledge and experience AND THE RIGHT TOOLS, repairing HEATING AND FURNACE CAN BECOME hazardous. Because of this, we recommend that you do not do any heating and furnace repairs on your own. For professional assistance with heating and furnace repair, call our our heating and furnace repair technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
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An air conditioner draws heat from warm indoor air and transfers it out of doors. A heat pump does the same thing, but it also has a special reversing valve so that it can work backward. It thus gains the ability to draw heat from outdoor air and transfer it indoors (even chilly air contains some heat that can be tapped). Heat pumps are best suited to areas where winters are mild and where hot and humid summers make air conditioning a necessity. As long as winter temperatures remain moderate, heat pumps are much more economical to operate than traditional electric baseboard heaters because they merely move heat by means of electricity, rather than create it. But their efficiency goes down drastically as out-door temperatures decline and the outer condenser coils frost over thus insulating them from the source of their heat. At extremely low temperatures, an auxiliary resistance coil a supplementary heater that adds heat when the condenser coils are defrosting (box, below) must bear much or the entire heating burden, which it does at as high a cost as an electric baseboard.
How a heat pump works
In the heating mode cold refrigerant passes through the outdoor coils drawing heat from the air. Next it is pulled through the reversing valve into the compressor which makes it denser and hotter. The hot fluid is then pumped to the indoor coils giving up its heat to the air circulating around the coils, which is then distributed through the house ducts. The fluid goes from the indoor coils into an expansion valve, where it cools, and then enters the outdoor coils to repeat the cycle. In the cooling mode the direction of the flow is changed by the reversing valve. The refrigerant first flows to the indoor coils to pick up heat from the air. Following a route opposite that of the heating mode the fluid then expels heat outside, aided by an exhaust tan. In three-piece systems, as shown here, the compressor is located indoors in a separate cabinet and is connected by refrigerant pipes to the outdoor and the indoor coils. In one- and two-piece systems, the compressor is located outdoors.
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